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on my AS level results ‘cash-in’ is written next to each of my subjects except for one (law) and i was just wondering what it meant?
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on my AS level results ‘cash-in’ is written next to each of my subjects except for one (law) and i was just wondering what it meant?
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Which exam board are you on for each?
Are they international AS levels?
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Before I answer:
Which exam board are you on for each?
Are they international AS levels?
i’m with aqa, ocr and wjec and no they aren’t international !
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i’m with aqa, ocr and wjec and no they aren’t international !
Right so on WJEC, cash in is what allowed you to get a grade this year. You had to be entered in for a full qualification and a cash in or the grade wouldn't be generated.
On other exam boards cash-in doesn't really have a proper meaning any more, since cash in is for modular exams where you want a final grade to be generated from your modules that you've taken. But essentially all of your grades will have had a cash in this year, so you don't need to worry about it
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