Do I need to declare all A levels on UCAS

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Hi, I got ABD on my A level results but I’m taking a new one from scratch and have got a predicted grade of an A.

Can I declare that I’ve only got an A and B as an actual result in UCAS with my A predicted grade without declaring the D on there as well if you know what I mean?
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You need to declare all grades/ qualifications on UCAS so no you can’t leave it off your application.
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You have to declare all your awarded grades, even if you are taking them.

Worst case for failing to declare them would be having any offers withdrawn. It’s not worth the risk for something that’s unlikely to affect your application.
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You need to declare all grades/ qualifications on UCAS so no you can’t leave it off your application.
Thank you for the reply; that’s a shame; does that mean if I apply for a course which is AAB with AABD I will be looked down upon in comparison with someone with just AAB?
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Thank you for the reply; that’s a shame; does that mean if I apply for a course which is AAB with AABD I will be looked down upon in comparison with someone with just AAB?
No you will be treated the same. They look at your best results.
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(Original post by kzadboy7)
Hi, I got ABD on my A level results but I’m taking a new one from scratch and have got a predicted grade of an A.

Can I declare that I’ve only got an A and B as an actual result in UCAS with my A predicted grade without declaring the D on there as well if you know what I mean?
All grades need to be recorded.
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No you will be treated the same. They look at your best results.
Hi, thank you for the reply; is that the case if the predicted grades are mixed with actual grades? Like I would have ABD as actual grades with a Predicted grade of an A if you know what I mean
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Hi, thank you for the reply; is that the case if the predicted grades are mixed with actual grades? Like I would have ABD as actual grades with a Predicted grade of an A if you know what I mean
They would expect you to achieve the A in the actual exam so would make a conditional offer dependent on you achieving it.
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