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I was just wondering what counts as qualifications for the Education section of UCAS? Do schools only want standardized testing, or can I also include other achievements like a relevant school award and National Merit? Also, for the "the highest level of qualification you expect to have before you start your course," that would just be "Below honours degree level qualifications" for graduating high school (in the US), right?0 replies
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