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HarryOrr1
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I have already completed my A-Levels, applying for 2020 entry.

Currently putting my results onto UCAS using my GCE Certificates. For one certificate, I have two separate grades under 1 subject:

Advanced Classical Civilisation
Advanced Subsidiary Classical Civilisation

Do I put both grades into UCAS, or just the overall subject grade?
Stupid question but some clarity would be great.

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So you have an AS grade & an A level grade. I put only my A level grade (I’m applying too this year but completed my A levels in 2019.) However, if both your AS & A level grades are strong, definitely put your AS grades too.
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So you have an AS grade & an A level grade. I put only my A level grade (I’m applying too this year but completed my A levels in 2019.) However, if both your AS & A level grades are strong, definitely put your AS grades too.
I already have an AS grade for the same subject on a different certificate, so I believe these are both A-Level grades. To be fair have no clue as I did my A-Levels in 2018. Cheers for the response
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(Original post by HarryOrr1)
I already have an AS grade for the same subject on a different certificate, so I believe these are both A-Level grades. To be fair have no clue as I did my A-Levels in 2018. Cheers for the response
If your AS was recertified in 2018 then you must declare the 2018 AS grade (as well as a 2017 AS grade if that was certified too)
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(Original post by isrchow)
So you have an AS grade & an A level grade. I put only my A level grade (I’m applying too this year but completed my A levels in 2019.) However, if both your AS & A level grades are strong, definitely put your AS grades too.
You MUST declare ALL your qualifications on your UCAS application.
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You MUST declare ALL your qualifications on your UCAS application.
Decent, thanks pal
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If your AS was recertified in 2018 then you must declare the 2018 AS grade (as well as a 2017 AS grade if that was certified too)
Ah yeah, just remembered I retook my AS. Nice one mate thanks
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