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Do you have to disclose all your grades when applying to university?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-30 22:49:52 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi guys My question is about disclosing grades. For example, if I get all As for my AS except for one C but predictions for A2 are all As, even for the C subject. Do I have to disclose the C grade? Or can I hide the grade in some way? Anybody did something like that? How universities view this considering predictions are cool? Thank you...

How important are GCSE grades when applying?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-24 04:04:18 - Similar - Report/Block

I noticed that unis in the UK tend to be quite heavy on their GCSE requirements for entry into medicine. I was considering doing a bachelor of biomedicine before then specialising in medicine in Australia, but was just wondering how much importance is placed on GCSE grades there- is the focus more on A/AS level results? The reason I ask i...

Do I need to put my module grades on UCAS?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2012-09-22 12:27:13 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi, Basically I'm wondering whether I should put up my module grades on UCAS. I'm applying to Oxford, Imperial, UCL, Warwick and Bristol which of these unis like to see module grades or use them to distinguish between candidates? Applying for maths so I'll happily put maths/ further maths up because they were good and consistent. However...

Birmingham university requirements????????

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-02-25 18:49:49 - Similar - Report/Block

I'm considering applying to bham with 4A*6As2B after attending a grammar school. Predicted AS grades = AAAAAA in bio/chem/maths/psychology/english lit/generalstudies and I hope to get A*A*A* as my predicted grades if which two will be for bio and chem (not sure about the third A-level I am taking). Is it worth applying, have people gotten...

Resit - put in grades on UCAS?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2012-09-06 03:20:44 - Similar - Report/Block

Ok, so after a pretty awful summer my A2 grades weren't at all what I was predicted. I therefore decided to retake. As I am retaking do I need to put in the grades I achieved this summer, or can I just leave it at my AS grades and predicted grades?...

Failing to get the grades for your university offer, but applying for a re-mark?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-06-12 01:37:32 - Similar - Report/Block

Hypothetically (although this is unlikely to happen), a person fails to meet the grades for both their firm and insurance choices (by one grade alone). This person then applies for a re-mark and obtains the grades required for their insurance choice. Would they still be able to attend their insurance choice? Or would the student be left t...

do you have to put all grades on your cv?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-06-09 14:45:35 - Similar - Report/Block

I'm just writing my CV now, but I didn't get great grades at A-level (CCD) and AS level (C). I got good grades at GCSE (all A*-B), a 2.1 in my degree and am currently studying for my masters. I'm just wondering if it would look worse if I left my A level grades off because they would assume to worst? What would be best, I don't want my ba...

Law applicants. what are your predicted grades and subjects?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-25 19:29:28 - Similar - Report/Block

I was wondering where you're applying and what your predicted grades +subjects are? I am in year 12 studying Law, English Lit, Geography and Philosophy and Ethics. Predicted A's for AS Thinking of dropping Law because it's not considered by some universities...

PARTNERS 2013 thread!

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-06-08 22:46:40 - Similar - Report/Block

Post questions here and discuss. Do you know what your topic of study is going to be for the Summer school yet? Do you know anyone else or are you alone? Which subject are you applying for? How much has PARTNERS dropped your grades by? Have you got your timetable and how does it compare to others? I'm taking Psychology and my offer has go...

ONLY those who got lower than their predicted grades - do you feel gutted?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2012-08-23 19:47:45 - Similar - Report/Block

I got half of my predicted grades. I was predicted A*A*A*A*A*A*A*A*AA but ended up getting A*A*A*A*AAAAAA. I was a bit gutted before because I think I was fairly capable of achieving my predicted grades but I don't know what happened - guess I mucked up a few exams/coursework? What were your predicted grades and actual results? Do you thi...

A Level Grades

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-19 19:36:18 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi, I got ADD in my A Levels, I am not sure if these grades are good enough to go to university. I am thinking of retaking one of the D grades, but the highest I would probably get is a C. So overall my grades would be ACD. Is it worth retaking? Are my grades good enough to go to a decent university? Any answers are much appreciated! Than...

Where to apply for Mathematics, starting 2014?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-06-10 13:37:32 - Similar - Report/Block

AS: Maths units (with UMS) C1 95 C2 93 S1 96 D1 76 M1 42 FP1 52. Geography A Economics A Firstly, I'm unsure what my predicted grades are/will be, but secondly I'm unsure where to now apply. My first plan was to apply to Cambridge, Warwick, Bristol, Bath and another, but after FP1 and M1 went horribly wrong, I'm looking at an A in AS Math...

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History at London universities

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-18 14:41:25 - Similar - Report/Block

So I have my A Level grades already, I tried to apply to Economics this year around and only got an offer at Birmingham university, and I'm not too sure if I want to stick to economics anyway now. So I was thinking of going down the History route instead. My grades were, Economics - A*, History - A* and Maths - B, and in my GCSES I got 3A...

Some questions about the LNAT?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2012-09-05 18:55:29 - Similar - Report/Block

I'm not 100% sure I want to apply to a university that requires the National Admissions test for Law yet, but I would like to take it anyway, as I definitely am doing Law at university and am slightly curious anyway to see what I would score. Apologies if any of these are stupid/obvious questions, and thanks for any help. 1) Can you take...

Resit exams without applying to Uni in Jan?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-06-10 13:16:55 - Similar - Report/Block

I don't think I've done well enough in my A-Levels to get into university... I'm thinking of: not reapplying in January, but still resitting exams in the Summer, THEN on results day 2014 (when I, hopefully, get good grades) call up universities asking if they have a place on the course. Would this work? What shall I do???!!!!!!!!! Thanks...

Can I re-apply?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-08 13:45:02 - Similar - Report/Block

Hey guys, quick question. I'm looking to go to university this year, but my Uni of choice rejected me due to have low potential grades (those things your college works out). It now looks like I should be able to achieve the necessary grades and was wondering if anyone knows if it's possible to reapply once I have my grades this summer and...

Accounting and finance

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-02-19 14:56:36 - Similar - Report/Block

I'm applying A&F for Bath, Warwick, Durham, Bristol and Newcastle. My AS grades are aaa for maths, accounting and chemistry and c for economics ( definitely going to resit this paper ). However I haven't get any reply from any uni. Is it wise for me to email the uni and ask about my applications? :(...

Will LSE discriminate against me for mediocre GCSE grades?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-01 22:25:14 - Similar - Report/Block

Recently I've taken an interest in possibly doing Law at LSE but in researching it I've found that, according to others in a similar circumstances, that they pay attention to GCSE results. Unfortunately, my predicted grades can be described as mediocre at best. At the start I was predicted all As and A*s but due to some issues (depression...

Predicted GCSE Grades and Medicine

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-21 19:37:49 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi there everyone, I am currently in year 10. I would just like to know whether I would be considered in the medical field with the following GCSE grades: Maths: B English Language:B English Literature: A Science: B Re: B French:B Geography: B Psychology: B History: B ICT: B Media Studies: A Please take into consideration that these are o...

Applying to American Universities with A-Levels and IGCSE's !!

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-27 10:25:33 - Similar - Report/Block

I am applying to UCLA, USC, Duke, or Michigan Sate University. Most probably UCLA or USC. I finished 8 IGCSE's with an A* in all 8 subjects. I've done 3 AS this year (Maths, Biology and Chemistry) with grades AAA and full UMS in the three subjects. I will be taking 3 A-Levels in these subjects next year and confident that i can get A*A*A*...

Applying to both Cambridge and Oxford for Postgrad

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-13 01:59:14 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi everyone, I'm a student in a US college, and I'm interested in applying to both Cambridge and Oxford for a taught Master's. I've heard something about people not usually applying to both at the same time. Is that the case for someone like me (international student applying for postgrad degree)?...

Predicted Grades

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-25 13:38:04 - Similar - Report/Block

so, i just got my report card back with my predicted grades on it (year 12), and im predicted BBC, which im not entirely happy with. My standard of work is more like high B's-A's, so im wondering, is it even possible for me to get A's in the summer if I'm predicted C's, or is that is just too optimistic? and what do predicted grades go of...

Just spoken to UCAS re declaring AS grades or not

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2012-10-17 11:14:15 - Similar - Report/Block

Have just spoken to UCAS re declaring of AS grades or not. My son's school have not I believe cashed in any of his AS modules and the proof of that is the lack of certificate from the governing body - even for a U. UCAS state you do not have to declare AS grades on your form unless they have been cashed in. The lady said in the case of my...

dropping out after solid first year grades

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-10 03:21:58 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi guys, I would appreciate any advice. At the end of my first year at university, I achieved a first class overall, getting three firsts, two 2.1s and a 2.2. But during my second year I have been quite ill with OCD that has made it seriously difficult to study. It has shown in my grades and clearly in my character. I am thinking of dropp...

Do I have a chance of obtaining a training contract?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-02-25 22:04:48 - Similar - Report/Block

Hey guys, so I am a final year LLB student at the University of Plymouth and I am currently on my way to obtaining a 2:1 degree (probably 64-65%). I am hoping to to apply for numerous training contracts at mid-size and high street firms but I am feeling very doubtful due to my circumstances. First of all, my grades are not good at all, al...

IGCSE grades and Oxbridge

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-17 00:34:07 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi guys! Just wondering, on Cambridge's website it states that: Because the University of Cambridge is a highly selective institution, incorrect assumptions are sometimes made about our GCSE and AS/A Level entrance requirements . If you’re considering applying to the University and would like some further detail about our requirements, re...

Redo Year 12 After Year 13

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-02-18 00:30:12 - Similar - Report/Block

Hey, I need to get two A's to get into the uni of my choice (due to UCAS points). I currently have 70 from the two AS subjects that I dropped and as I'm only doing two full A-Levels, I need high grades for a relatively disappointing uni. Anyway, I was wondering if it's possible for me to go back and redo year 12 with brand new subjects an...

Getting the grades. Or not ..

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-04 11:45:01 - Similar - Report/Block

Does anybody reading this feel confident of meeting their offer ? I'm working as hard as I can but I honestly cannot put my hand on my heart and say I will definitely get those A's I need. Has anyone heard of anybody applying, missing their offer and reapplying successfully the following year ? Or does the University frown on first time f...

Purpose of lower GCSE grades

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-09 02:28:54 - Similar - Report/Block

Anyone else feel that the lower grades of GCSE are rather pointless, just a way to ensure that virtually no-one officially fails. In the American system a D is the only official pass grade below the average of a C and if you fail to get that, tough ****. With all GCSE grades below a C generally considered worthless anyway, might it make m...

In GCSE Core Science, can you get two grades?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-25 22:56:55 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi, I would like to know if you can get two science grades in core science. Say if I got a B in core science and I did additanal science in year 11 would I get two grades. I am not doing BTEC. (so if I did core and additional science would I get two grades). Thanks to who contributes :).

Failed my january exams oh my god help

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-07 10:30:19 - Similar - Report/Block

so I really underestimated the gap between year 11 and sixth form. I got mainly a's and b's at GCSE and I am currently doing law,politics,history and eng lit A levels.When I took my Jan exams earlier this year, I was so stressed out and just messed up all my revision, I have got my grades today and I have done SO badly. I'm so ashamed of...

edinburgh law rejection help me

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-01 13:37:27 - Similar - Report/Block

I applied to study law at the uni of edinburgh. I got a rejection last night and i'm a little confused why. My euclid went blank and the my fee details appeared - I saw on other forums that this means you will get an offer. Also, someone from the admissions office emailed me to ask my college to confirm my predicted grades because I'm doi...

IGCSE Science

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-20 16:37:16 - Similar - Report/Block

How do they work out the overall percentages equalling the grades? or do the take the grades from the three sections (Multiple Choice, Alternate to practical and extended theory) and balance them out eg if you got a C+B+A you would get a B? Because i recently did a set of practice papers and got 59% overall out of the 100% combining the t...

VetMed - What if I don't get the grades...?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-26 13:19:42 - Similar - Report/Block

So I've got an offer of AAA for VetMed at RVC... actually so excited!! Obviously fingers crossed that I get the grades. But what do I do if I don't? Can I retake modules and try again? I've heard VedMed uni's don't like retakes. Anyone been in this situation before and know what to do?...

Re-taking A2 year because of illness.

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-25 19:07:17 - Similar - Report/Block

I'm currently a A2 student who hasn't been able to sit my exams because of illness; which has been diagnosed and I'm in the process of being treated. I have an entire archive of medical notes, good AS grades (AAAB) and predicted grades of A*AA (Maths, Biology and chemistry) I'm seeking to study medicine but I'm in fear that I may not be a...

Offer higher than predicted grades

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-02-28 02:18:00 - Similar - Report/Block

In this exact position, predicted A*AB and offered AAA, have just about no idea how im going to get the third A, in that subject all my unit grades are high B's... Oh well will work my ass off and see what happens!...

How much emphasis does KCL and UCL place on GCSE grades?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-13 13:41:37 - Similar - Report/Block

Basically, I have top A level grades and 'meh' GCSEs. Are they like Durham in the sense of GCSEs, or don't they care? Thanks. Posted from TSR Mobile...

Applying to Uni - Need Help!!

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-05-21 12:54:36 - Similar - Report/Block

Hello. I have a few questions, that if anyone can answer I would be very Grateful! Abit of a read, but i need to get it clear. So I have lived on my own since I was 16 (now 23) and with my partner for the last 5 years. When applying for student loans/grants will this mean anything? I am willing to work part time for money, but I need to k...

Worth applying IOE?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-03-28 02:21:04 - Similar - Report/Block

Hi guys, gosh it's been forever since I've been on this forum! I'm applying for my PGCE now and I know it's late! I have reasons and well, from what I can see on GTTR places are still available for maths. I'm finishing off uni so don't have time to do more experience. My question is, do you think it's worth me applying to IOE. Currently h...

Applying for jobs even if you can't do the specified hours?

thestudentroom.co.uk - 2013-04-09 14:13:40 - Similar - Report/Block

There's a job I'm interested in applying for but I could only work 2 of the days they're asking. They specify a "Fixed term contract Monday to Friday 1.30-5.30" I could work the Monday and Friday but have college Tuesday-Thursday, I am also available during the weekend. Is it worth even applying for it because of this or is there a chance...




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