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If you dont aggregate your results you dont have to include them eg. i didnt aggregate any of my AS results as i carried them all on to Alevel and hence didnt include any of them on my UCAS form (especially as they werent particularly amazing either). I just put on my predicted A level grades (wich looked much better!) This meant that the unis didnt even know that i had sat the exams!
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I read somewhere that students could be chucked off for not including all exam results. What actually is compulsory to put in and what isn't?
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I think if you don't put all the exam results, UCAS and the uni's won't know as they won't ask the exam board what other subjects that this person has done, etc...
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Thanks a lot, that was really useful.
Can an offer be withdrawn if for example some music grades were left out? It is unlikely but can they legally do that?
'How to apply' doesn't seem to mention about withdrawing offers or expelling students.
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Many thanks. What about other things like mental arithmetic, martial arts, IQ tests, driving tests, internal examinations since a very young age... ? It seems most people could really be expelled for not having a perfect application. Does the university have to prove that they would not have admitted a student in the first place, in order to penalise a student? Where is information on this written, if not in 'how to apply'?
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Does the declaration cover the part written by the student, or the whole application form?
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It says somewhere in How to Apply that students could also be penalised for any mistakes in the referee's part?? :confused:
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What does that mean, PQ? Thanks for your information.
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I was looking at the form and it only asks for you to tell them that you've applied before if you're applying to a uni, you applied to last time...I've always wondered - if you're applying to completely different unis, do they check to see if you've applied before? And if you re-apply to a uni., do they send that uni. a coy of your first application form? Or do they just use it to check that your info. matches on both forms
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