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Under the educational qualification section, I have just mentioned my ICSE 10th Board grades and that my ISC 12th grades are pending. Do I have to put in my internal marks for 9,10,11,&12 grades as well? if so how? and also my reference has just put pass in predicted grades since ISC gives either pass or fail as an overall grade? Is that right?
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Under the educational qualification section, I have just mentioned my ICSE 10th Board grades and that my ISC 12th grades are pending. Do I have to put in my internal marks for 9,10,11,&12 grades as well? if so how? and also my reference has just put pass in predicted grades since ISC gives either pass or fail as an overall grade? Is that right?
Hey!
I am also an ISC student and have submitted my application. I have a conditional offer from the University of Manchester so I think that I can help you out.
1. no you do not have to submit your internal grades. Only 10th board results.
2. I would advise that you contact UCAS and refill your reference and ask your referee to provide a percentage. Like 93% or 95%.
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Hey!
I am also an ISC student and have submitted my application. I have a conditional offer from the University of Manchester so I think that I can help you out.
1. no you do not have to submit your internal grades. Only 10th board results.
2. I would advise that you contact UCAS and refill your reference and ask your referee to provide a percentage. Like 93% or 95%.
ok thank you so much
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(Original post by Isw)
Hey!
I am also an ISC student and have submitted my application. I have a conditional offer from the University of Manchester so I think that I can help you out.
1. no you do not have to submit your internal grades. Only 10th board results.
2. I would advise that you contact UCAS and refill your reference and ask your referee to provide a percentage. Like 93% or 95%.
Wait you submitted only 10th board marks and 12th predicted grades? Isn’t that too less information for good unis like Manchester to decide whether to take you in? Did you do this by choice or is there no slot to put your 9th and 11th marks in ucas?
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Wait you submitted only 10th board marks and 12th predicted grades? Isn’t that too less information for good unis like Manchester to decide whether to take you in? Did you do this by choice or is there no slot to put your 9th and 11th marks in ucas?
UK universities only consider 10th grade marks and 12th grade predicted scores
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UK universities only consider 10th grade marks and 12th grade predicted scores
Are you sure? Birmingham states this on their page for India: We know that the past year has been challenging for students and are aware that various exam boards in India have now been cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. If this affects you, we would like to reassure you that we have implemented flexible arrangements and will assess your application based on your Standard X, XI and mock or predicted grades from your school.
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Are you sure? Birmingham states this on their page for India: We know that the past year has been challenging for students and are aware that various exam boards in India have now been cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. If this affects you, we would like to reassure you that we have implemented flexible arrangements and will assess your application based on your Standard X, XI and mock or predicted grades from your school.
Typically they only consider X and XII results. They have only added this in response to COVID. You can add each year as a new qualification. But if Birmingham need any info that you don't include, they will contact you to ask for it.
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Typically they only consider X and XII results. They have only added this in response to COVID. You can add each year as a new qualification. But if Birmingham need any info that you don't include, they will contact you to ask for it.
Ooh thank you!
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Under the ISC boards, in the percentage section if i put pending it is asking for a numberm what should i do then?
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Under the ISC boards, in the percentage section if i put pending it is asking for a numberm what should i do then?
If you put a future award date for any pending qualifications, it should ask your referee to input a prediction, not you. There is a small section for module results, but it is not mandatory.
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If you put a future award date for any pending qualifications, it should ask your referee to input a prediction, not you. There is a small section for module results, but it is not mandatory.
So I'll just enter pending% and leave it. Then my referee will input predicted grades?
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So I'll just enter pending% and leave it. Then my referee will input predicted grades?
Yes, exactly.
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