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    Hi,

    I'm Italian and I have no idea how to enter my qualification on the UCAS form. Do I need to enter predicted grades of each subject or only the Esame di Stato predicted result?
    Can anyone help me? What should I do?
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    The best way to find out is to add it to your UCAS form. After you've added it under qualifications, it'll show up up under Reference where your predicted grades have to be filled in. You'll see wheter you need subject grades or an overall one by how many spaces there are to fill in.
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    Thanks a lot!
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    I think your situation is similar to mine with the German Abitur.
    After having added the Abitur in the qualifications section, there was just space for an overall prediction in the reference section. I contacted one of the universities I apply to and they told me that they need an overall prediction as well as predictions of individual final exams. So I asked my referee to include the predictions in my reference.

    I would recommend you to contact the universities you apply to and ask them what they need.
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    (Original post by ls123)
    Hi,

    I'm Italian and I have no idea how to enter my qualification on the UCAS form. Do I need to enter predicted grades of each subject or only the Esame di Stato predicted result?
    Can anyone help me? What should I do?

    ehy nice to meet you, i'm italian as well. i've alredy sent my application off and i did in the following way:

    I put the esame di stato as qualification and i added 10 modules with the subjects i'm studing, then if you save everything and you go to the reference section it will be shown and you have to put only predicted grades for the whole qualification so for the result of the exam.

    P.s. add me in MSN
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    (Original post by ludo92)
    ehy nice to meet you, i'm italian as well. i've alredy sent my application off and i did in the following way:

    I put the esame di stato as qualification and i added 10 modules with the subjects i'm studing, then if you save everything and you go to the reference section it will be shown and you have to put only predicted grades for the whole qualification so for the result of the exam.

    P.s. add me in MSN

    hi, another italian here
    you sure? I haven't sent my application yet, but I thought I should put only my 4th year overall band! Should I put every mark I got in every subject?
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    (Original post by 655321)
    hi, another italian here
    you sure? I haven't sent my application yet, but I thought I should put only my 4th year overall band! Should I put every mark I got in every subject?
    no it's wrong cause you should complete the modules section with marks only if them are the marks you got in the last year.. i'm sure about it, cuz i've talked to other italians that are currently studying in the UK.. where r u applying and which subject?
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    (Original post by ludo92)
    no it's wrong cause you should complete the modules section with marks only if them are the marks you got in the last year.. i'm sure about it, cuz i've talked to other italians that are currently studying in the UK.. where r u applying and which subject?
    Civil Eng at Imperial, UCL and Bristol. I haven't decided yet the last two choices, but I'm quite sure to put Sheffield,too.
    so must I leave the modules blank??
    thank you for your help!
 
 
 
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