Registering university qualifications completed in high school

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I’m an international(EU) student, applying to an undergraduate course in mathematics. During high school, I’ve taken masters modules in mathematics at a local university, for which I have received certificates of completion with grades. Due to the bureaucracy of the university system, these cannot be officially registered until I meet all the prerequisites of the modules, which I will not do until three years from now. My question is if I am still allowed to register this in the education section of the UCAS application, and if so, what the most appropriate qualification title to register this under.
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If the qualifications won’t be awarded until after you start your degree then you can’t list them in the education section.

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