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    I'm filling the UCAS application, but I don't know what to write in the module section because I'm Italian and our school system is different: we don't have A-levels, we study all the subjects at the same level.. should I write all the subjects or not?
    Or just the ones which are required from the universities?
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    You need to put in any qualifications that you are going to achieve, so you should list all your subjects that you are taking and expecting to gain a qualification in. If you already have any qualifications, you need to list those too in the correct area, even if they are not specifically required by the university. Any English tests you are taking usually need to be listed too.

    For the module section, it may be worth contacting the universities you are applying to directly, and asking if there is anything they want to see in these sections. However, at the moment it's a really busy time for universities because A level results have just come out, and most admissions tutors are still busy with this. It would be best if you could wait a week or two before trying to contact them.
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