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I have IAS qualifications dated October 2020 on the application. I am now asking that whether I should delete them as the results are not out until 2 days before ucas deadline. I think that those results will be a better representation of my ability, but the system asked me to put AS predicted grades as well (I only have A*AA predicted for AL).
And if I just put them as pending and AAA predicted (no A* for AS), is this OK? The results will be sent to each of my choices automatically on results day.
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I have IAS qualifications dated October 2020 on the application. I am now asking that whether I should delete them as the results are not out until 2 days before ucas deadline. I think that those results will be a better representation of my ability, but the system asked me to put AS predicted grades as well (I only have A*AA predicted for AL).
And if I just put them as pending and AAA predicted (no A* for AS), is this OK? The results will be sent to each of my choices automatically on results day.
UCAS requires you to present ALL qualifications you've sat for so that includes the October 2020 ones too. Once the results come out, your unis will receive them and also use them to consider your application along with your predicted grades. So I'd suggest keep your Oct qualifications as pending there, it will be useful.
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I have IAS qualifications dated October 2020 on the application. I am now asking that whether I should delete them as the results are not out until 2 days before ucas deadline. I think that those results will be a better representation of my ability, but the system asked me to put AS predicted grades as well (I only have A*AA predicted for AL).
And if I just put them as pending and AAA predicted (no A* for AS), is this OK? The results will be sent to each of my choices automatically on results day.
Unless it’s an internal mock exam only, you have to list it, you don’t have a choice. Any offer you receive can be withdrawn if you are found to have omitted information.

It’s unlikely to affect the outcome of your application, AS levels are not taken everywhere now, so uni’s use them much less frequently to make application decisions.
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Unless it’s an internal mock exam only, you have to list it, you don’t have a choice. Any offer you receive can be withdrawn if you are found to have omitted information.

It’s unlikely to affect the outcome of your application, AS levels are not taken everywhere now, so uni’s use them much less frequently to make application decisions.
Should I put my AS PGs as AAA? I have A*AA for A level predicted.
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Should I put my AS PGs as AAA? I have A*AA for A level predicted.
Usually you would leave them as pending with no grades and your ref would have the option of inputting a prediction for each.
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Usually you would leave them as pending with no grades and your ref would have the option of inputting a prediction for each.
My referee cannot put those grades in. I have told him to leave a reason after I asked UCAS on Messenger last night.
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My referee cannot put those grades in. I have told him to leave a reason after I asked UCAS on Messenger last night.
They can leave an explanation in their reference, but I don’t think the qualification page will accept more than a few characters.
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