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    Well, I have no idea about retaking in January of AS. Especially when we have the deadline to apply to uni by 15 January. Then how can they obtain my grade in the application for UCAS? Can someone plz give me an idea? Does that subject count as an available one so that the uni may consider?
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    The results of your retake in jan will be considered later probably in march they wont appear on UCAS until you get your final A2 results.
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    The unis won't see your retake results. But you don't even have to declare your individual grades on your UCAS form, just your overall AS grades and your predicted A2 grades.
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    (Original post by bublemjj47)
    Well, I have no idea about retaking in January of AS. Especially when we have the deadline to apply to uni by 15 January. Then how can they obtain my grade in the application for UCAS? Can someone plz give me an idea? Does that subject count as an available one so that the uni may consider?
    The Uni will be able to consider the results for your retakes when it gets the results of your June exams in August of that year. It will be counted towards your offer (depending on the terms of your offer). As far as I know they don't receive retake grades in March
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    Predicted grades on UCAS, real grades later.
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    silly question but; can you get away with not putting AS results on application and just put predictions instead?
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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
    silly question but; can you get away with not putting AS results on application and just put predictions instead?
    yes
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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
    silly question but; can you get away with not putting AS results on application and just put predictions instead?
    That's usually how it works and it's a pretty decent system however if tons of people bribe their tutors or something for A's when the students are achiving E's then I'm sure there are consequences for the tutor lol.
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    (Original post by xSkyFire)
    That's usually how it works and it's a pretty decent system however if tons of people bribe their tutors or something for A's when the students are achiving E's then I'm sure there are consequences for the tutor lol.
    yesssss.
    i better start getting presents for all my teachers now.
 
 
 
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