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Generally, univeristies consider qualifications in the terms of 'first sitting' and 'second sitting' when it comes to Highers. If a student were to sit an advanced higher seperate to their 2nd sitting of Highers, would this count as a third sitting or 'first sitting' due to the subject being an advanced higher not a higher. Thanks
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I think it would be the first sitting of your AH. If you email a uni admissions team, they will tell you more about the grades you need to get etc. for the course you want to apply for.
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I think it would be the first sitting of your AH. If you email a uni admissions team, they will tell you more about the grades you need to get etc. for the course you want to apply for.
Thanks for your advice! I'll be sure to contact them!
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