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    Hey I did my SSC in India And I am currently doing my a levels in the UK. The problem is I did my SSC from a state board which is not in the Education section of the UCAS. The UCAS has all the ALL INDIA boards but not the state boards. What do I do?
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    (Original post by ogadhave1)
    Hey I did my SSC in India And I am currently doing my a levels in the UK. The problem is I did my SSC from a state board which is not in the Education section of the UCAS. The UCAS has all the ALL INDIA boards but not the state boards. What do I do?
    Contact UCAS and ask for a way to proceed. the Unis also have their own way of recognising international qualification, so ask them as well.

    You may be asked to use Naric.
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    https://www.naric.org.uk/naric/individuals/
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    The problem is I've filled my Ucas application and I am going to send it this Thursday. I am tempted to put down my qualification as AISSE (all India secondary school certificate exam) because it says on the Internet that it is equivalent to a state board qualification. I've done my references, predicted grades and personal statement it's this education bit which is a pain. What if for instance my qualification is different than the one sent to the unis. What will they do?
 
 
 
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