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Does UCAS accept CBSE marks (Indian education system) ??

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    I moved london a year ago and i m doing my A2 now, i did my AS last year. I have to fill in the section where it asks about education in UCAS and i dont know if there is a place where i can put my 10th CBSE mark (I did my GCSE's in INDIA)..

    Anyone who knows about this can please answer my question.. i m in a hurry..

    Can u tell me where to put it??

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    Well say what you got in your GCSEs in India then. But say that you did them in India. I don't know whether UCAS will accept them though but put it there because you never know, it might be worth it. You would be an international student so I suggest you look at the international student requirements for the course you are looking at at the universities you wish to apply to.


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