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Im retaking as I got CCC in maths, bio and chem this year. How would I go about applying to the same unis? Would I put down my predicted grades that I got in year 12? I dont know what Im doing
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Im retaking as I got CCC in maths, bio and chem this year. How would I go about applying to the same unis? Would I put down my predicted grades that I got in year 12? I dont know what Im doing
You need to list your achieved grades, then list your resits as pending. You would need new predictions for your resits.

When are you planning to resit?
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Im retaking as I got CCC in maths, bio and chem this year. How would I go about applying to the same unis? Would I put down my predicted grades that I got in year 12? I dont know what Im doing
So you would make a fresh application on UCAS for the next cycle.

You have to declare all the grades from any of your qualifications - including the ones you got this week.
Then you list the ones you're retaking (I assume next summer?) as pending, your UCAS referee will usually be the person who enters your predictions - not you.

So it'll look like:
A Level 2021 - C
A Level 2021 - C
A Level 2021 - C
A Level 2022 - [Pending]
A Level 2022 - [Pending]
A Level 2022 - [Pending]
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You need to list your achieved grades, then list your resits as pending. You would need new predictions for your resits.

When are you planning to resit?
ohhhh rightt thank you !
im planning on doing chemistry this autumn and maths and bio in the summer. hopefully it all works out :/
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So you would make a fresh application on UCAS for the next cycle.

You have to declare all the grades from any of your qualifications - including the ones you got this week.
Then you list the ones you're retaking (I assume next summer?) as pending, your UCAS referee will usually be the person who enters your predictions - not you.

So it'll look like:
A Level 2021 - C
A Level 2021 - C
A Level 2021 - C
A Level 2022 - [Pending]
A Level 2022 - [Pending]
A Level 2022 - [Pending]
ohhh thank youu !!! so with regards to my predicteds, would i have to talk to my teachers in each subjects to confirm a prediction ? also, would some unis reject me due to my past a level grades ?
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ohhhh rightt thank you !
im planning on doing chemistry this autumn and maths and bio in the summer. hopefully it all works out :/
Do check with unis if you are planning to mix and match in this way, as some are less keen on it. Especially if you're considering something like medicine (just from looking at the subjects).

I hope it all works out for you, though!
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