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Adding Indian School Certificate (ISC) results to UCAS watch

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    I'm currently in the Indian equivalent of Year XII, in my final year of high school. In the qualifications section, I was able to find the name of my board of education. However, I am unsure regarding what to enter for the % field and grade.

    I will be answering my final examinations in April 2015. As of now, I entered the details as follows:

    Subject: Mathematics
    Qualification Date: April 2015
    %: pending
    Grade: <blank>

    ...and so on.

    Is this alright? What exactly does % refer to?Is it related to the marks gained in the subject, or does it have another meaning in this context?

    Thanks.
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    Yeah i would think that its right, and yeah the percentage would mean the marks gained but in a percentage
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    (Original post by Zagadoria)
    I'm currently in the Indian equivalent of Year XII, in my final year of high school. In the qualifications section, I was able to find the name of my board of education. However, I am unsure regarding what to enter for the % field and grade.

    I will be answering my final examinations in April 2015. As of now, I entered the details as follows:

    Subject: Mathematics
    Qualification Date: April 2015
    %: pending
    Grade: <blank>

    ...and so on.

    Is this alright? What exactly does % refer to?Is it related to the marks gained in the subject, or does it have another meaning in this context?

    Thanks.
    Unfortunately, I'm not sure if you will find someone able to advise you on here as most posters won't be familiar with the qualifications you're taking. You're probably best contacting UCAS directly for advice. For non-urgent issues, you should be able to email them.

    At a guess, I would imagine that the % is similar to entering your UMS marks if you were taking A-levels- it's a way to show if you were really close to the next grade up, or that you did very well within the top grade.

    If you haven't taken your exams yet, then entering "pending" is almost certainly the right thing to do.
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    (Original post by SlowlorisIncognito)
    Unfortunately, I'm not sure if you will find someone able to advise you on here as most posters won't be familiar with the qualifications you're taking. You're probably best contacting UCAS directly for advice. For non-urgent issues, you should be able to email them.

    At a guess, I would imagine that the % is similar to entering your UMS marks if you were taking A-levels- it's a way to show if you were really close to the next grade up, or that you did very well within the top grade.

    If you haven't taken your exams yet, then entering "pending" is almost certainly the right thing to do.
    Thanks. I got the required information from their FB page.
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    (Original post by Zagadoria)
    Thanks. I got the required information from their FB page.
    I'm having the same problem. What did they tell you?
 
 
 
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