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    Do I need to put my AS results on my UCAS form if I'm continuing them for A-Level?
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    for real
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    yeh i want to know that too coz i thought you did but then a teacher told me you dont have to
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    Yes, if they have been certified:

    GCE qualifications (AS & A level, single & double award)

    You must list all subjects that have been certificated (also known as 'claimed' or 'cashed in') at GCE AS level. This includes subjects which you are taking on to A level. You should include a subject even if you are re-sitting an AS unit to improve your A level grade.

    If you have any doubts about the certification of your AS subjects, you should check with your school or college, or whoever is helping you with your application.

    For certificated qualifications we recommended that you include details of all units with a separate result/grade, but which are incorporated into the overall qualification grade. Please note that entering unit details for AS or A levels is optional.

    The following scenarios should help you to enter your qualifications correctly.

    Your AS levels were certificated in 2008
    Enter your AS subject and the grade achieved, with the achieved unit results if you wish.



    Your AS levels were certificated in 2008, and you are retaking some/all units to achieve a higher overall grade
    Enter your AS subject and grade achieved in 2008 with the achieved unit results if you wish. Then, enter the AS level again for 2009 (to cover the re-sit) with the pending unit grades, even if you are taking the subject on to A level. We need to know about the AS level re-sits for matching purposes to enable us to pass on the potentially new AS grade to your chosen universities and colleges.



    Your AS level was certificated prior to sitting A levels
    When entering your pending A level, you can enter the three units achieved at AS level with the grades if you wish. Then, enter the three additional units for your A level as pending.

    Or

    When entering your pending A level you can enter just the three pending units that you are taking.

    If you are resitting one or some of the AS units that will count towards achieving your A level, you can also enter these units as pending.
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    (Original post by coolh5000)
    Yes, if they have been certified:
    does that mean you also have to enter any part time emplotment. Again although there is a section for it, my teacher said its optional and it should go in your personal statement
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    No you don't !

    Well, everyone in my school hasnt anyway lol we were told that we don't have to put them down if we are resitting them, however, we were told that the if the uni wishes, they can find out what we had by contacting UCAS anway...

    Upto u really
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    I'm so confused. I have completed my A levels and have my grades (i'm 21) so i STILL need to put in what I got in these subjects for AS?
    Apologies if I'm being slow!
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    (Original post by Zoombini)
    does that mean you also have to enter any part time emplotment. Again although there is a section for it, my teacher said its optional and it should go in your personal statement
    I don't think it is compulsory to put part-time work but if you've done something you may as well put the details in there rather than wasting space in your PS. If you do mention it in your PS it should be in relation to the skills it has taught you rather than just giving details, which is what the UCAS section is for so you could enter the details in the employment section then maybe mention it in your PS, saying what you have gained from it.
 
 
 
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