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    Hi to everyone,
    I have almost completed my undergraduate ucas application to be able to study mathematics.
    I am Italian and I am studying my last year in Italy. I have read that I should insert every official grade of the last years and that is what i did.
    Now the problem is when it comes to the predicted grades.
    Our final exam is called Esame di Stato and under it I put all the past modules i got grades for and the individual modules that I am having this year and for which I will receive grades at the end of the school year.
    Leaving the box next to Esame di Stato blank it appears in my referee section page and he is able to complete it with a predicted grade, but for the individual modules nothing happens. I mean that I left them blank as I cannot grade them and there is no "pending" option and they do not appear in the referee section.
    What should I do?
    I would be vey glad if someone could help me with this final issue.
    I hope to be able to start studying in the UK next year.
 
 
 
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