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Do I put in my ISC predicted scores under my qualification in the education section or leave it as pending? Or should I ask my teacher to add it in the reference?
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Do I put in my ISC predicted scores under my qualification in the education section or leave it as pending? Or should I ask my teacher to add it in the reference?
Don't mind me asking but what's ISC?
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Don't mind me asking but what's ISC?
ISC is an Indian curriculum under which I'm studying
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Do I put in my ISC predicted scores under my qualification in the education section or leave it as pending? Or should I ask my teacher to add it in the reference?
You leave it as pending and your referee will be prompted to provide Class XII predictions.
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You leave it as pending and your referee will be prompted to provide Class XII predictions.
My referee said that there was no option to upload predicteds for each of my individual subjects and that there was only 1 area to put an average. So shall I ask them to put all my predicteds in their LoR? This might be because my school isn't registered with UCAS.
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My referee said that there was no option to upload predicteds for each of my individual subjects and that there was only 1 area to put an average. So shall I ask them to put all my predicteds in their LoR? This might be because my school isn't registered with UCAS.
UCAS only give them one box for each qualification, so Class XII only gets one space as it's a group qualification made up of five subjects.

If the box has space they can try and cram them in, but admissions staff are used to looking for the predictions in the reference also.
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UCAS only give them one box for each qualification, so Class XII only gets one space as it's a group qualification made up of five subjects.

If the box has space they can try and cram them in, but admissions staff are used to looking for the predictions in the reference also.
Thanks for letting me know. So shall I go ahead and ask my teacher to fill in the average of my predicteds in the box and tell them to write for each individual subject at the end of the reference?
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Thanks for letting me know. So shall I go ahead and ask my teacher to fill in the average of my predicteds in the box and tell them to write for each individual subject at the end of the reference?
Yes, that's probably the most common way of inputting them, so the unis will be used to seeing them that way.
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Yes, that's probably the most common way of inputting them, so the unis will be used to seeing them that way.
Great! Thanks a lot for your help.
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