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    Hi there,
    I'm a bit confused at the direct application for St. Andrews. I have to list my "qualifications", and I'm from Canada, so one of my qualifications is a Canadian high school diploma. Would I need to create a separate "qualification" for each Grade 12 subject I'm studying, or can I just use the one and select subject as 'OTHER' as an umbrella for all the grade 12 subjects I'm currently studying?
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    I don't know about the direct application, but I am applying from England through the UCAS system and they require us to input each individual subject and the corresponding grades we got for each one
    I know it's not quite the same but I hope it helped a bit
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    Hello stranger_things , I'm American also applying to St Andrews, and no, you just add your high school diploma. For anything else, if you go on the tab that lists qualifications you can add, there are qualifications labeled by country (ex. ACT- USA) and you can see if you need to add any more.
 
 
 
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