College applicants with A-Levels

<p>Hello,</p>

<p>I am going to apply to college soon. I wanted to know which grades the A-Level applicants sent in and in what form it was exactly. Did you just send in your final GCSE grades, AS grades predicted A2 grades? (or just predicted A2s, if you're like me and are doing all the modules in one go) Or did you send all your grades from year 10 to 12/13? </p>

<p>Also, applicants who got made offers: what were your GCSEs/O-Levels and A-Levels like? Which subjects? What grades?</p>

<p>IGCSE,transcript,mid year A2 exam results and predicted A Level results.You'll need to send in your official grades as soon as they are released.</p>

<p>What do you mean by transcript? A record of all the marks obtained during school exams, throughout the last 4 years of high school?</p>

<p>As for A-Level grades, does your school send them? Or is there a way for your board to send it? I'm doing my exams as a private candidate under the CIE board.</p>

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As for A-Level grades, does your school send them? Or is there a way for your board to send it? I'm doing my exams as a private candidate under the CIE board

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<p>This may be of use to you.</p>

<p>Can students get their certificates early?</p>

<p>While Cambridge cannot provide students with their certificates early, students can apply for a certifying statement of results to be sent directly to universities or other institutions on results release day. It is not possible to notify results earlier than this date. Students may request this service by submitting an Priority Results Information Application Form. This form gives full details and costs of this service. All applications for early information must be received by 24 July for the May/June examination series, and 13 December for the October/November series.</p>

<p>Please note that a secure contact name, postal address, email and fax details must be provided for each recipient of the student's results. Students will receive personal notification of their results from their registered school in the usual way. The examinations officer at the school will provide you with all details such as the release of results dates and how to pick up results/certificates.</p>