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Can a personal statement go over 4000 characters?
How long can the personal statement be? There is no actual word limit instead, you have a maximum of 47 lines or 4000 characters to work with.
How long did it take you to write your personal statement?
probably about 6 months if you count just putting ideas on paper. After getting a legitimate draft together, probably about three months and ten drafts.
Can I lie about my grades on UCAS?
No. You’ll probably get found out, and may lose your place. UCAS has a verification team, and most schools and colleges check their students’ applications before they’re sent. Plus, most universities will ask you to bring your certificates to enrolment, and if there are discrepancies, they may refuse to enrol you.
Can you fake GCSE results?
Yes they can they can simply request the results from the exam board.
Do universities check your grades?
The majority of universities will only look at your A-level grades and your application when considering whether or not to accept you meaning they will probably take a look at what extra-curricular activities you took part in.
Do universities look at GCSE results?
Do universities look at GCSE grades? Some universities will only look at your A-level grades and your application before they consider accepting you. Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial and the other top tier universities will usually require good A-level, AS-level and GCSE results across the board.
Is a 7 good at GCSE?
As you can see in the table above, old and new grades don’t match up like-for-like. However, a 4 is being classified as a standard pass, which can be broadly compared to a grade C, while a 5 is a strong pass. Grades 9-7 are roughly equivalent to the old top grades of A* and A.
What is a fail in GCSE?
Grades A* to C are a standard pass according to the Department for Education. However, grades D and E are still technically passes but are worth less than the higher boundaries. The F letter is the ‘fail’ grade, so anything below that meaning the G and U grades are outright fails.
What is a 9 in GCSE?
The 9-1 grading scheme was brought in alongside a new GCSE curriculum in England. The highest grade is 9, while 1 is the lowest, not including a U (ungraded). Exams watchdog Ofqual says fewer grade 9s are awarded than A*s, and that anyone who gets a 9 has “performed exceptionally”.
How do you get a 9 in GCSE?
Top tips for GCSE success
- Make resources early.
- Revise for end-of-topic tests.
- Approach mocks properly.
- Experiment with revision techniques.
- Plan your time.
- Explain the information.
- Look at past papers.
What is a good grade in year 7?
At the end of Year 7, a student of high ability would achieve Grade ‘4c’ or above. student achieving a Grade ‘3b’ is on course for a Grade ‘5’ at the end of their GCSE. At the end of Year 8, a student of high ability would achieve Grade ‘4a’ or above.