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    Do you have to declare your AS grades on UCAS? I know last year you didnt have to, but I havent been given a straight answer by my school about it.
    Our school says they no longer de-certificate and UCAS wont allow me to complete my education section unless i specify my grades in each subject.
    Any help would be appreciated

    hi lulu. yeah i want to know the same thing. i have tried filling in some module grades (bio - BBA) just puttin in the A for BYB3 but pending for the other 2 as i will resit them in january but ucas wont let me save the education section either! i think u can either just put EVERYTHING as pending (cos i can do that on mine) or declare all module grades

    hope that helps x ps how wer ur AS's? i got ABBB (gna resit to As)

    If your school cashed/requested certification of your AS, then you have to declare the grade. You can no longer decline or conceal it.
    Module grades are optional AFAIK.
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    Yeah I think my school has opted for certification. I didnt do too great..got BBC (hence why i wanted to conceal it).
    Maybe not then...gotta think of another plan.
    Thanks anyway guys

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