If it's on your certificates I'd assume you have to declare it.
unless u are a retard, then a u is not a grade to declare
O.o what's an X for? and a Q in fact
All grades get a certificate except U, so i'm guessing it doesn't count.
that exam was pretty awful...what board were u on?
i got a b though ...
The exam board will record the grade as U, but this is not a qualification. It stands for unclassified and does not trigger the production of an exam certificate. At GCSE, students must attain a grade A* - G to get a certificate.
To clear up the "whether anything below a C at GCSE is a pass"...
If you have an A* to C pass, you've got a Level 2 pass.
If you have a D to G pass, you've got a Level 1 pass.
To put things into perspective, A-levels are Level 3 qualifications. Thus a Level 2 pass at GCSE would make the corresponding A-level accessible but a Level 1 pass will not. But all grades (A* to G) constitute a pass.