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Do Scottish universities see your advanced higher predictions like they see your A-Level predictions when your UCAS application is sent away?
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Do Scottish universities see your advanced higher predictions like they see your A-Level predictions when your UCAS application is sent away?
Yes, in your reference that is sent away with your UCAS application, the subjects that you are taking and the predicted grades are listed.
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Yes, in your reference that is sent away with your UCAS application, the subjects that you are taking and the predicted grades are listed.
Lovely, thank you very much

Can I ask - I do music outside of school to national level outside of school so will be able to crash the Advanced Higher this year after not sitting the higher - would universities prefer this at AH to one of the subjects I already have an A at Higher in?
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Lovely, thank you very much

Can I ask - I do music outside of school to national level outside of school so will be able to crash the Advanced Higher this year after not sitting the higher - would universities prefer this at AH to one of the subjects I already have an A at Higher in?
Assuming the subjects are of equal relevance to what you want to do, the fact it's a crash AH won't make any difference...Unless that is your grade in AH music is likely to be higher than doing the AH in another subject, in which case you should do music
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Assuming the subjects are of equal relevance to what you want to do, the fact it's a crash AH won't make any difference...Unless that is your grade in AH music is likely to be higher than doing the AH in another subject, in which case you should do music
Fair enough - it's just for KCL I saw that they wanted AAA in Higher plus AA in Advanced Higher (different subjects) - so I would assume that:

A - Higher English
A - Higher French
A - Higher History

A - Advanced Higher Modern Studies
A - Advanced Higher Music (despite not doing the higher)

Would be sufficient, no?
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Fair enough - it's just for KCL I saw that they wanted AAA in Higher plus AA in Advanced Higher (different subjects) - so I would assume that:

A - Higher English
A - Higher French
A - Higher History

A - Advanced Higher Modern Studies
A - Advanced Higher Music (despite not doing the higher)

Would be sufficient, no?
They just expect that the 2 AHs people do will come from their set of highers (hence not asking for a grade on them to avoid 'double counting' a subject), but there's no reason why they would have to.

Yep, that would be fine
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They just expect that the 2 AHs people do will come from their set of highers (hence not asking for a grade on them to avoid 'double counting' a subject), but there's no reason why they would have to.

Yep, that would be fine
Perfect, thanks That should hopefully be a way around it.
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