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    Hello! I am a French student currently filling my UCAS application, and I could use some advice from French students in the UK who have already done that.

    I find it very difficult to enter my qualifications and my grades to UCAS.

    Should I write the name of the modules (or subjects) in French or in English?
    When entering my grades, should I specify "18/20" or would "18" be fine?
    How did you choose your referee?
    Did you send your bulletins, or were they unnecessary?

    I hope that some Frenchmen will come across this, so that I can finish my application more serenely.
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