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    On the 20th, do the universities of your choice receive just your grade overall, or the breakdown of the modules you have sat?
    For instance, if a student was to get an A in a subject, would it just appear to be an A, or would the modules also be included which made up the A?

    Sorry for a badly worded question.
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    I would like to know this, as well.
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    I think they have access to that information but it shouldn't make any difference to them unless they've specified grade requirements for each module like Cambridge.
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    on the majority of the course requirement page (ucas website) discusses the unit grade policy:

    The University of Manchester welcomes the provision of unit grade information which like all other available information will inform the consideration of applications. Unit grades will not normally form part of offer conditions, except for Mathematics programmes.

    http://search.ucas.com/cgi-bin/hsrun...?n=914602#CSRA

    so to answer your question, yes they do
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    hmmmm, I'm not sure, Cambridge sends you an extra application form when applying so that it can find out your module results from AS, so I assume if UCAS don't give module results from AS to Universities after you have applied, then it wouldn't when giving A2 results to the Unis
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    Thanks for your help guys, just one module was terrible for me so I'm hoping they might look at my other ones, if they go well too.

    Whoever worded the title thanks as well, might have explained why beforehand no one responded!
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    (Original post by Jamsie_853)
    On the 20th, do the universities of your choice receive just your grade overall, or the breakdown of the modules you have sat?
    For instance, if a student was to get an A in a subject, would it just appear to be an A, or would the modules also be included which made up the A?

    Sorry for a badly worded question.
    I believe they have access to individual module grades but not the UMS.
 
 
 
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