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How can uni see ur A levels

Hey guysss
I took french A level and finished the 2 year course in a year and got an A (Summer 2023) but im seating the rest of my exams this summer (2024), I got an offer from Glasgow to study law as long as I get AAA , I take a total of 4 A levels so il be seating 3 in a couple of months. I was just wondering if for example I end up with AAB this year ,will they be able to see that I have an A from last year as well? this sounds really dumb but im just stressing out.
Original post by spam44
Hey guysss
I took french A level and finished the 2 year course in a year and got an A (Summer 2023) but im seating the rest of my exams this summer (2024), I got an offer from Glasgow to study law as long as I get AAA , I take a total of 4 A levels so il be seating 3 in a couple of months. I was just wondering if for example I end up with AAB this year ,will they be able to see that I have an A from last year as well? this sounds really dumb but im just stressing out.

On your UCAS application form, in education section, you submitted all of your achieved qualifications grades (GCSE’s and the french A Level), and the start and predicted end date of the qualifications you are currently studying.
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Reply 2
so on result day they ll see that I have my A in French even if I didnt sit it at the same time as the others?
Original post by spam44
so on result day they ll see that I have my A in French even if I didnt sit it at the same time as the others?

As soon as you apply they should be able to see all your achieved grades and may adjust your offer.

If you have applied and hold an offer and you want to be confident that your completed A level is counted against the conditions then you need to clarify that with the university directly. They may want to see your A level certificate.
Original post by spam44
so on result day they ll see that I have my A in French even if I didnt sit it at the same time as the others?

Yes, since you have achieved that qualification, you should have already uploaded it, alongside your gcse qualifications, in the education section on your UCAS application form.
Reply 5
If in any doubt, send Glasgow a copy of your existing A level certificate.
Reply 6
Thanks everyone ill send a certificate just in case :smile:)))

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