modules in the UCAS ? Watch

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Hi again,
I have a question about my application...
I'm Italian and I've got my secondary education - high school in Italy.
Just to let you know, in Italy you choose between different kinds of schools (one is focused on economics, one in languages, and so on) and at the end you get one single rank. One single numerical vote that encompassed all the subjects you studied (about 10-11).

I've found my diploma in the ucas, but then it asks for MODULES.

I think (if this is not correct please tell me) that with the English A-level you get several grades for different subjects, so if I were English I would write like:
Economic = A
Math = B
Foreing language = B

Question is: how many modules do you do, and how many do you write in your UCAS ?
Do you write only the relevant ones (same subject of the uni your applying for), only the ones with good grades.. ?

Because I was thinking to put some subjects I've studied as modules, and as grade, the main one (and that would be honest because the main grade is for all of the subject). Of course I'm about to mail UCAS about this.

In your opinion, it's better for me to put as much subjects as possibles as modules, or just the relevant for the universities, or only the ones in which I was good?

Thanks in advance, I hope someone will read

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