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I have re sat some of my A levels this year and I want to know whether you have to declare the previous results in the UCAS application since this is for graduate entry medicine. Also, do we have to include GCSEs because the university does not mention the requirements for the GCSEs.
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I have re sat some of my A levels this year and I want to know whether you have to declare the previous results in the UCAS application since this is for graduate entry medicine. Also, do we have to include GCSEs because the university does not mention the requirements for the GCSEs.
I believe you need to put everything down. I know this scenario is unlikely to happen to you as a graduate but imagine you were applying somewhere that wanted you to complete you're A-levels in one sitting. If you just put your new A-levels down and not your old ones too (to accidentally or purposefully hide the fact you didnt do them in one sitting), that would be fraud. So yes, everything goes down.
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I believe you need to put everything down. I know this scenario is unlikely to happen to you as a graduate but imagine you were applying somewhere that wanted you to complete you're A-levels in one sitting. If you just put your new A-levels down and not your old ones too (to accidentally or purposefully hide the fact you didnt do them in one sitting), that would be fraud. So yes, everything goes down.
Thank you for the information, much appreciated
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(Original post by Volibear)
I believe you need to put everything down. I know this scenario is unlikely to happen to you as a graduate but imagine you were applying somewhere that wanted you to complete you're A-levels in one sitting. If you just put your new A-levels down and not your old ones too (to accidentally or purposefully hide the fact you didnt do them in one sitting), that would be fraud. So yes, everything goes down.
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The resit exam I did was the new spec (2015) spec whereas the previous sitting was from a different spec (2008). Therefore does it counts as a re sit?
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The resit exam I did was the new spec (2015) spec whereas the previous sitting was from a different spec (2008). Therefore does it counts as a re sit?
Doonesbury I assume it does? (and that you're the right person to tag)
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The resit exam I did was the new spec (2015) spec whereas the previous sitting was from a different spec (2008). Therefore does it counts as a re sit?
I'd say it's still a resit - it's the same subject. Eitherway they all need to be declared for sure.

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Doonesbury I assume it does? (and that you're the right person to tag)
I'll tag ecolier to the party
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Doonesbury I assume it does? (and that you're the right person to tag)
there were topics that i never learnt about in the new spec
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there were topics that i never learnt about in the new spec
It doesn't really matter. It's still a legal qualification.
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I'd say it's still a resit - it's the same subject. Eitherway they all need to be declared for sure.



I'll tag ecolier to the party
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(Original post by rocketp95)
I have re sat some of my A levels this year and I want to know whether you have to declare the previous results in the UCAS application since this is for graduate entry medicine. Also, do we have to include GCSEs because the university does not mention the requirements for the GCSEs.

You will most likely need to declare it as @Doonesbury has said. However I believe that for GEM the A-Level weighting is less and hence it is less important. Some Unis disregard A-Level results at all, basing it on your degree classification (and other things like UKCAT / GAMSAT etc.).

I would always declare it on the safe side anyway, even if it is not required. Because it can come back and bite you in the future if you didn't, and you don't want to fall on the first hurdle.
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