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If I drop a subject, do I have to submit the grade to UCAS still?

If i fail law but im planning to drop it and finish my criminology diploma in september anyway, would I still have to give UCAS my law grade? Or can I just give them my criminology grade?
For context, I already have my criminology certificate from last year but I didn't continue it because I moved sixth form and didn't realise they did criminology until after I chose law. I've already been told I can continue my second year of crim in september and can drop law but I just want to know if I'll still have to submit my law grade to universities
Original post by miaowluna
If i fail law but im planning to drop it and finish my criminology diploma in september anyway, would I still have to give UCAS my law grade? Or can I just give them my criminology grade?
For context, I already have my criminology certificate from last year but I didn't continue it because I moved sixth form and didn't realise they did criminology until after I chose law. I've already been told I can continue my second year of crim in september and can drop law but I just want to know if I'll still have to submit my law grade to universities

Are you taking any exam board assessed exams in law or are you talking about failing mocks set and marked by your college.
Hi there,

If it's an official grade from the Exam Board, then you could mention as it would still count towards your UCAS points.

Good luck!
Original post by CCCU -Rep
Hi there,

If it's an official grade from the Exam Board, then you could mention as it would still count towards your UCAS points.

Good luck!

If it’s an official grade then listing it isn’t optional. It isn’t something they “could” list - all official qualifications MUST be included

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