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    I'm in desperate need.
    I already asked UCAS but they're confusing me even more so it'd be nice if a German could help me who already went through this.
    My main problems are the grades. I don't understand which ones I have to enter exactly.
    So yeah, vielen Dank im Voraus
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    (Original post by cappa2)
    I'm in desperate need.
    I already asked UCAS but they're confusing me even more so it'd be nice if a German could help me who already went through this.
    My main problems are the grades. I don't understand which ones I have to enter exactly.
    So yeah, vielen Dank im Voraus
    I am also from Germany and I've only send my UCAS application off a couple of days myself, so I am not sure I am qualified to answer properly, but did you have a look on this page : https://www.britishcouncil.de/en/study-uk/want ?
    If you scroll to the the bottom there are a couple of tips in a document regarding inputting grades in UCAS.
    But generally you enter all the grades you got in so far in the Oberstufe (they have the option of entering the Abitur as a qualification), and leave the ones you haven't got yet as pending. The teacher who writes you reference should be then able to predict you the overall average when he enters the reference.
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    (Original post by JackNott)
    I am also from Germany and I've only send my UCAS application off a couple of days myself, so I am not sure I am qualified to answer properly, but did you have a look on this page : https://www.britishcouncil.de/en/study-uk/want ?
    If you scroll to the the bottom there are a couple of tips in a document regarding inputting grades in UCAS.
    But generally you enter all the grades you got in so far in the Oberstufe (they have the option of entering the Abitur as a qualification), and leave the ones you haven't got yet as pending. The teacher who writes you reference should be then able to predict you the overall average when he enters the reference.
    Danke! Hast du echt die Noten aus allen vier Halbjahren angegeben? Kann ich nicht einfach die Durchschnittsnote angeben und dann eventuell noch was ich in den Abitur-Prüfungen hatte? Und wie steht das mit Fächern die man nach der 10ten abgewählt hat? (das konnte ich aus dem Dokument nicht entnehmen)
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    (Original post by cappa2)
    Danke! Hast du echt die Noten aus allen vier Halbjahren angegeben? Kann ich nicht einfach die Durchschnittsnote angeben und dann eventuell noch was ich in den Abitur-Prüfungen hatte? Und wie steht das mit Fächern die man nach der 10ten abgewählt hat? (das konnte ich aus dem Dokument nicht entnehmen)
    I think it is not allowed to write in another language on TSR, I am gonna send you a PM in German as an answer instead
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    (Original post by JackNott)
    I think it is not allowed to write in another language on TSR, I am gonna send you a PM in German as an answer instead
    Oh I wasn't aware of that, sorry!
 
 
 
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