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    Hi,

    I'm hoping someone can help me with this as I'm terribly confused. I'm an American with a BA Social Work and am applying for MA Social Work, which I have to apply for using the undergraduate application. I'm confused about what all needs to go in the Education section. Obviously I'll include my BA, but what do I put under module/unit? Is that the ALL of the classes I took for my BA or only the social work classes? Something else entirely? I want to make sure I have everything correct. I'm also unsure of exactly how far back I'm supposed to go in my education and what all needs to be included. I took the SAT/ACT over 12-13 years ago and can't remember exactly when. The SAT has changed the test/scoring since I took it as well. Am I required to include them? The universities I'm applying to don't say anything about them on their Web site for postgrad, but again, I want to be 100% sure I have all required information.

    Appreciate any help!
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    Your best bet is to email the uni and ask. I'd imagine you have to declare all your education and for your BA don't need to include your modules.
 
 
 
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