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Hi I recently failed one of my As levels and I’m planning on fast tracking psychology instead for my second year, I haven’t applied to university yet, but when I do since I haven’t got any grades for it currently, I don’t know what I’d put on the application.

If anyone has done this before could you offer me some advice please
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Hi I recently failed one of my As levels and I’m planning on fast tracking psychology instead for my second year, I haven’t applied to university yet, but when I do since I haven’t got any grades for it currently, I don’t know what I’d put on the application.

If anyone has done this before could you offer me some advice please
On the application you'll be asked to enter all qualifications you've got and all qualifications you're taking.
List Psychology as a qualification you will be getting in summer 2021 and mark the result as pending.

Unless you are planning on applying to study psychology at university I'm not sure you'd need to do anything else. It likely won't be relevant for your personal statement and the rest of the application involved just entering qualifications and ticking / unticking boxes.

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Hi I recently failed one of my As levels and I’m planning on fast tracking psychology instead for my second year, I haven’t applied to university yet, but when I do since I haven’t got any grades for it currently, I don’t know what I’d put on the application.

If anyone has done this before could you offer me some advice please
You will need to put any grades received in UCAS (even a U), but then also as 'pending' as above. Your teachers will give you predicted grades
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Hi I recently failed one of my As levels and I’m planning on fast tracking psychology instead for my second year, I haven’t applied to university yet, but when I do since I haven’t got any grades for it currently, I don’t know what I’d put on the application.

If anyone has done this before could you offer me some advice please
Hiya, You would have to put it down any result like Interrobang said, and rely on your school to give your predicted grades, but try not to worry about the impact of having an E/U grade on your UCAS application. I failed an entire year of AS levels and ended up with EEUU, put all of those on UCAS and still ended up with offers from Birmingham and Cardiff. I wish you the best of luck
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On the application you'll be asked to enter all qualifications you've got and all qualifications you're taking.
List Psychology as a qualification you will be getting in summer 2021 and mark the result as pending.

Unless you are planning on applying to study psychology at university I'm not sure you'd need to do anything else. It likely won't be relevant for your personal statement and the rest of the application involved just entering qualifications and ticking / unticking boxes.

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Yes thank you so much 🙏🏽
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Hiya, You would have to put it down any result like Interrobang said, and rely on your school to give your predicted grades, but try not to worry about the impact of having an E/U grade on your UCAS application. I failed an entire year of AS levels and ended up with EEUU, put all of those on UCAS and still ended up with offers from Birmingham and Cardiff. I wish you the best of luck
Thank you so much for your support,I’ve been so worried considering it just didn’t go that well but I’ve got a little bit more hope now x
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You will need to put any grades received in UCAS (even a U), but then also as 'pending' as above. Your teachers will give you predicted grades
Thank you so much 😊
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