Do UCAS check your GCSE results?
Exam results we don’t receive They will need to see proof of the qualifications you listed in the ‘Education’ section of Apply – this also means GCSE/National 5s and BTEC results!.
Do universities check your GCSE results?
Some universities will only look at your A-level grades and your application before they consider accepting you. But at more competitive universities, they will look at your GCSE results to see how consistent your academic career has been.
Do you have to put failed GCSEs on UCAS?
Yes you do have to put it down. If you don’t then it probably will get noticed at some point and you will be flagged as submitting a fraudulent application which is MUCH more damaging than a D in one GCSE to your chances of getting a place.
Do universities want to see GCSE certificates?
Colleges typically request the same of applicants as universities, except they may be a bit more lenient when it comes to missed grades or a lack of GCSEs. This can work in your favour if you have no GCSEs to your name, or if you were unfortunate enough to lose your GCSE certificate.
Do Oxford look at GCSE results?
GCSEs. GCSEs will be taken in to account when we consider your application but they are just one aspect that we look at. GCSE results will be considered alongside your personal statement, academic reference, predicted grades and performance in any written work or written test required for your course.
Do Russell Group universities look at GCSEs?
Russell Group institutions – considered the most competitive – often require engineering and science applicants, for example, to have a grade B in GCSE English. … As a rule, the most selective universities prefer students to complete their GCSEs in one sitting.