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I applied as a private candidate for further maths with the same UCI number as my school has but my candidate number is different. Im stressing and does it matter for GCSE's?
Also what does cash in mean and do i need to do that as a private candidate?

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Your UCI and ULN should never change between different exam centres but your candidate number will change and that doesn't matter.

Cash-in is a term that only applies to modular qualifications. When you say you have taken Further Maths, do you mean the AQA Level 2 Cert in Further Maths? IUf so, that's a linear qualification and does not have a cash-in code.
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Your UCI and ULN should never change between different exam centres but your candidate number will change and that doesn't matter.

Cash-in is a term that only applies to modular qualifications. When you say you have taken Further Maths, do you mean the AQA Level 2 Cert in Further Maths? IUf so, that's a linear qualification and does not have a cash-in code.
yes i mean the L2 AQA Cert thanks for your help but does it have a unit code.
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yes i mean the L2 AQA Cert thanks for your help but does it have a unit code.
What would happen if I accidentally mistaken the cash in code for the subject number??
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yes i mean the L2 AQA Cert thanks for your help but does it have a unit code.
As it is a linear qualification, it just has a single entry code, 8360, which covers both exams and the request for the overall grade.
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What would happen if I accidentally mistaken the cash in code for the subject number??
Not sure what you mean by the subject number but you can't do that as no cash-in code exists.
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As it is a linear qualification, it just has a single entry code, 8360, which covers both exams and the request for the overall grade.
thats what i mean the single entry code sorry not subject number
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