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    If this has been asked before,sorry! :p: I'm just wondering,if you get a U GCSE,will it show up on your records? Like,will a Uni be able to see that you have a U at GCSE?

    If so then I am :eek3: :eek3: :eek3:
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    (Original post by Baka-chan)
    :eek3:

    If this has been asked before,sorry! :p: I'm just wondering,if you get a U GCSE,will it show up on your records? Like,will a Uni be able to see that you have a U at GCSE?

    If so then I am :eek3: :eek3: :eek3:
    If you have to send them the copies of your exam results then yes - it'll show up as a U on your grades. But if they don't ask to see copies, then no.
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    you are baka-chan
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    i dont think you legally have to tell unis you got a U
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    (Original post by fps_cam)
    i dont think you legally have to tell unis you got a U
    AFAIK you have to declare it now.
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    (Original post by fps_cam)
    i dont think you legally have to tell unis you got a U
    They might get a bit pissed off if they see it on the cert though.
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    Does it not stand for 'ungraded'?
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    How the hell did you manage that!?
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    (Original post by orionmoo)
    Does it not stand for 'ungraded'?
    Unclassified. I thought that you are required to display every single qualification you have taken, regardless of the outcome.
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    I thought it didn't count as a grade?
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    (Original post by Baka-chan)
    :eek3:

    If this has been asked before,sorry! :p: I'm just wondering,if you get a U GCSE,will it show up on your records? Like,will a Uni be able to see that you have a U at GCSE?

    If so then I am :eek3: :eek3: :eek3:
    no i dont count as a GCSE :p: enough with the jokes

    no it is not a GCSE and is not a qualification, it is a fail, but i think the unis still see it as you have taken it at GCSE

    as far as im aware anyway
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    How does anyone get a U? I really dont understand LOL
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    I was under the impression that, since U is not a pass grade, it doesn't count as a qualification and isn't certificated; at least it didn't used to be. Whether that means you don't have to declare it I don't know, but I would have thought that, since you don't have it as a qualification, you don't have to declare it. The answer pretty much lies in whether or not it's on your GCSE certificates. If it is, then you'll probably have to declare it; if not, then you won't. If all else fails, phone UCAS (but maybe wait until September because they're busy enough as it is).
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    (Original post by wombat678)
    How does anyone get a U? I really dont understand LOL
    I was 3 marks off a U in one of my geography exams last Jan
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    (Original post by orionmoo)
    I was 3 marks off a U in one of my geography exams last Jan
    was that an A level paper?
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    (Original post by impervious)
    They might get a bit pissed off if they see it on the cert though.
    It wouldn't be on a certificate. U means you weren't awarded the qualification. A certificate is only issued to somebody who has passed.
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    Only A*-C grades actually "count" as a GCSE, but D-G are still qualifications, just not worth as much. Technically speaking, anything below C at GCSE is a fail.

    And U is "unclassified", which does not count at all.
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    I'm sorry but how the hell do yo end up with a U. Did you break out into song and dance during the test :lolwut:
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    A U is 7% or something?

    How the ****?
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    (Original post by joshphillips999)
    Only A*-C grades actually "count" as a GCSE, but D-G are still qualifications, just not worth as much. Technically speaking, anything below C at GCSE is a fail.

    And U is "unclassified", which does not count at all.
    No, to the average TSR user, anything below C is a fail (anything below A*, for most). Technically, it's a pass.
 
 
 

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