Perhaps you have missed all the posts in which the rule changes since last year have been brought to attention?(Original post by rmhumphries)
I say do what I did for '08, checked by my tutor.
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- 24-08-2008 15:08
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- 24-08-2008 15:09
Yes, I updated my post to make it clearer.
My college certificated the AS I dropped at the end of my year 13, generally if you stay at the college, they do that (In my area anyway.) The best way to find out if they have or not is to ask your college.
- 24-08-2008 15:24
I fail to see what you are talking about.
Advanced Subsidiary is AS, so I don't think you are disagreeing with me saying what goes where.
(Original post by ucas)
You must provide full details for the following qualifications to help universities and colleges consider your application.male student using laptop
* All qualifications for which you have accepted certification from an awarding body, even if you are retaking all or part of the qualification.
* All qualifications for which you are currently studying or for which you are awaiting examination results.
- 24-08-2008 15:26
Put them all under GCE AS new first award whatever it's called. I did that anyway Then put the A2 ones in separately, the modules have different names anyway.
(Original post by Good bloke)
- 24-08-2008 18:12
Ignore Mailmerge and Adhavan.
It depends purely on whether they have been certificated. If they are you must declare them as AS levels and also put them down as an A level with grade pending. If they are not certificated then just do the latter. You can tell whether they are certificated by looking at your provisional results slip. There will be an overall grade for certificated AS levels.
Predicted grades are a matter for your teachers and the reference - they are nothing to do with the part of the UCAS form that you fill in for yourself.
Aha! This has cleared it up for me now Good bloke, sorry for being irritatingly stupid on the other thread in the applications forum.