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    I've heard that you can apply with AS instead of A levels to universities. How exactly can I do that?

    Most people applying to Uni in Year 13 will be applying with AS grades achieved, or no grades achieved yet. You can include your AS grades if your school made you sit them, if not you apply with your A level grades "pending". This is the same for people who hold AS grades, you input your subjects and click grade option "pending". Then your school referee will provide predicted grades and your offer will be made based on you achieving the grades required for the course (conditional offer) or you'll get an offer where you don't have to achieve any specific grades (unconditional offer). To apply to most Unis you'll need your A levels either achieved or pending, or an alternative equal qualification e.g. BTEC Level 3/Scottish Highers etc.
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