Do I have to report all my A level results to universities?

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Hi. Well as the title goes, can I choose to not report an A Level result to unis? I have taken all my exams under Edexcel except one, and I can fulfill admission requirement without that subject. Thanks for reading and replying!
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You need to report all of your qualifications/results in your UCAS application so no, you can’t leave one out.
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Hi. Well as the title goes, can I choose to not report an A Level result to unis? I have taken all my exams under Edexcel except one, and I can fulfill admission requirement without that subject. Thanks for reading and replying!
It is advised to show them everything you have achieved if anything just to show yourself off! but if you don't need it then I can't there being an issue, if there is a comment box just add that you haven't taken that test yet but when you do you can show them at a later date!
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Hi. Well as the title goes, can I choose to not report an A Level result to unis? I have taken all my exams under Edexcel except one, and I can fulfill admission requirement without that subject. Thanks for reading and replying!
No. The application notes are clear - you are to declare all examination results you hold, and all courses of study. Not declaring a qualification is very easily discovered by UCAS/the university and can lead to your application being cancelled, or a place being withdrawn. It is thus essential that you make a complete declaration.
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Hi. Well as the title goes, can I choose to not report an A Level result to unis? I have taken all my exams under Edexcel except one, and I can fulfill admission requirement without that subject. Thanks for reading and replying!
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It is advised to show them everything you have achieved if anything just to show yourself off! but if you don't need it then I can't there being an issue, if there is a comment box just add that you haven't taken that test yet but when you do you can show them at a later date!
You have to declare everything.

https://www.ucas.com/ucas-undergraduate-declaration

"If we, or a university or college, have any reason to believe that you or your referee have:

- left out any relevant information, including qualifications you have completed, qualifications with an unsuccessful grade or qualifications for which you are still awaiting results

We may take any necessary steps to check with you and other parties, including universities, colleges and examination and awarding bodies whether the information you have provided is accurate or complete.

We have the right to cancel your application without refunding your application fee if we determine (having carried out any necessary checks), or have reasonable belief, that your application contains false information."
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Thank you everyone in this thread! Since there is such requirement, I will declare everything I have in my application 💪🏻💪🏻
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Thank you everyone in this thread! Since there is such requirement, I will declare everything I have in my application 💪🏻💪🏻
Good idea
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