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I couldn't sit for a few units but I have cashed in code, I don't want to get an overall certificate, is there any way to cancel cash in code?
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I couldn't sit for a few units but I have cashed in code, I don't want to get an overall certificate, is there any way to cancel cash in code?

Hey! you should probably be able to cancel your cash in. Make sure you notify the people in charge and they should be able to cancel it. But make sure you do it ASAP.

good luck in your upcoming exams!
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What qualification is this? Linear A levels don't have cash-in codes but if it's a modular A level then yes, you can withdraw from the cash in up to the middle-ish of July.
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They are saying it's not possible ??
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They are saying it's not possible ??
Who is they? If you mean me then the answer depends on what you're studying and where so I can't give you an answer unless you tell me.
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Who is they? If you mean me then the answer depends on what you're studying and where so I can't give you an answer unless you tell me.
Have you seen anyone ever cancel cash in code ? I am taking edexcel A levels physics and sitting for the exams this may june 2018 but was absent in an exam .I am from Bangladesh , I contacted British Council BD(bangladesh) but they were not sure whether it's possible.
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Have you seen anyone ever cancel cash in code ? I am taking edexcel A levels physics and sitting for the exams this may june 2018 but was absent in an exam .I am from Bangladesh , I contacted British Council BD(bangladesh) but they were not sure whether it's possible.
Yes. It's very straightforward. All the exams officer needs to do at the centre is remove your entry and send an amendment - the whole thing takes less than 1 minute. The exam board will not charge for this (but the centre may.)
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Yes. It's very straightforward. All the exams officer needs to do at the centre is remove your entry and send an amendment - the whole thing takes less than 1 minute. The exam board will not charge for this (but the centre may.)
BRITISH COUNCIL BD , they stated it's not possible .
DO i have to declare my incomplete cash in code in UCAS ?? I am very nervous now . I don't know what to do .
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BRITISH COUNCIL BD , they stated it's not possible .
DO i have to declare my incomplete cash in code in UCAS ?? I am very nervous now . I don't know what to do .
i've been an exam officer for 14 years in England and here at least I would withdraw the cash-in. There is no such thing as an 'incomplete cash-in code' but if you are cashed-in then you do have to declare the result to UCAS.
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