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    I'm 22 now and i got my A Levels in 2005 -ages ago! I got 3 A Levels back then and i kept my Certificates safe. I'm just applying through Clearing to go to University this year again for a new course but i can't find two module slips to two of my qualifications so i only have my final grades to put down for them.

    I need to know:

    1) Is their any way i can get them again? (and get it in on time)

    2) Is it ok to just put your final grade on your UCAS application?

    3) If 2 applies, should i put the modules for the one A Level that i do have if I'm not putting them down for the others?

    I want to get it in ASAP so your help will be much appreciated !
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    It's fine to leave them with no module grades, however I would still put them down for your one subject if that subject result was good and is relevant to your application.
 
 
 

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