So a lot of people from my college have been told to remove AS grades from their UCAS application because they are carrying on to A2. I haven’t, but others had. Is this allowed? The UCAS declaration states that they can cancel your application if you don’t provide accurate information including any qualifications or unsuccessful grades.
Should you put these AS grades on UCAS? They were not internal exams, they were official AS exams they just don’t count to your overall grade.
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Declaring AS grades on UCAS for Linear A levels watch
- Thread Starter
- 10-11-2017 10:59
- 10-11-2017 11:10
I was told I had to put AS results for linear subjects I didn't cash in and unis wouldn't pay attention to it in their process.
If you sat the exam then put it in. I had numerous universities ask me about my AS grades after the application and individual module grades and UMS separately whilst they could have just taken it all (besides Oxbridge asking for UMS) from my UCAS form.