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I did a spoken endorsement aqa -but do i need to include it in my ucas application under education.Im really stressed out, i got a distinction, i called ucas,aqa but there are mixed answers on how to put it.They say its part of a gsce english lang, but doesnt count towards the grade, Im applying for medicine. My careers lady told me to put it as a module, but i know people who didnt even put it.Thanks
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put it in as a module of GCSE english language. If you're from a non-UK country then it's important to prove exemption from english language tests (for some universities), and if you're not then it's no harm done and included for completeness
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put it in as a module of GCSE english language. If you're from a non-UK country then it's important to prove exemption from english language tests (for some universities), and if you're not then it's no harm done and included for completeness
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but if they dont care about it- is it ok if i dont
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but if they dont care about it- is it ok if i dont
You must declare all qualifications on your UCAS application. You don't get to chose what to include or not.
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You must declare all qualifications on your UCAS application. You don't get to chose what to include or not.
the ucas lady told me to put it as a seprate qualification, then another lady wasnt sure. nows theres a few people saying add it as a module- is it a module?
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the ucas lady told me to put it as a seprate qualification, then another lady wasnt sure. nows theres a few people saying add it as a module- is it a module?
my school told me to put it as part of the module and that's what I've done and it's gone through successfully.
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the ucas lady told me to put it as a seprate qualification, then another lady wasnt sure. nows theres a few people saying add it as a module- is it a module?
Ucas call centre staff aren’t qualification experts.

It’s a component of GCSE English. You add it to UCAS as a module.
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It’s a module of English Language and therefore must be stated as such.

You MUST include all qualifications you hold.

Put it as a module of GCSE English Language on your application
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