bhavneetkj
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Ok so I don’t know how exactly this predicted grade system works. Like I’m new to this school so my teachers don’t know of my actual academic capability due to online exams. So like you guys have GCSEs/Leaving Cert etc we have these exams called “boards” in my country. Due to covid, we’re having two of them this year. The first one would be in November (before the application deadline). So should I use my board result in application or the one from mock exams (if I score well in them)
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You dont add your predicted grades to your UCAS application your academic referee does this.

If your school feels they can't predict your grades because you have not been at the school very long, they can leave the predictions blank - but they must explain why in the reference. Unis are used to this with Overseas applicants so it wont be a major issue, and they will just assess your application without predicted grades.
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Your teacher should predict your grade not you. They need to assess your abilities and provide an honest assessment of what you will get in your final exams.
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