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    Hello , I am currently finishing off my UCAS application . However , I restarted my first AS year as i did not do very well , my second AS year however i achieved well. Do i need to state my first year grades ? Or the ones i achieved this year? Or both? I just feel embarrassed about what I achieved in my first year.
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    Hello , I am currently finishing off my UCAS application . However , I restarted my first AS year as i did not do very well , my second AS year however i achieved well. Do i need to state my first year grades ? Or the ones i achieved this year? Or both? I just feel embarrassed about what I achieved in my first year.
    You need to list both sets of AS results if they were both certified (that doesn’t mean you got a certificate it means you had an overall AS grade on a results slip from the exam board - if they were internal college exams or your exam board result slip only shows module grades then those results were uncertified).

    Universities don’t usually mind. They often like to see that you’re improving.
 
 
 

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