What is Cash-in-Code for A-Levels?
Feel like a noob asking this, but what is cash-in-code? People explained a lot to me, but I dnt get it. So pls help me out and explain.
ekta subject er official result pawar jonno either AS or A2'r form e cache in code tick dite hoye, nahole results er official certificate ashbe na
when god created me, he was just showing off..!!!
Its simple really. When you select Cash-In-Code for a subject in a particular session, then in the result the overall grade for the subject along with the marks will be given which will be useful prior to University Admissions. So, lets say, you're giving the whole 6 units of Mathematics this may , so when you are registering you should check the cash-in-code option for maths(!). When the results will be published, you'll get a certificate (separate) for maths only giving the overall grade. If you want 1 certificate where all your subject's Grades are given, then I recommend giving the subjects as AS and A2 ( separately) and selecting the cash-in-code in A2 registration. So when the final A2 results are out, you will get one certificate which will include your overall grades for the subjects you took ( AS & A2) and hence you can easily use one certificate to represent your A levels qualification when applying for Uni's.
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