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Question about reference letter in UCAS form

collegeplease13collegeplease13 10 replies6 threads Junior Member
I have a question about the UCAS form. Will I be able to see the reference letter once my teacher submits them? Will I be able to see they submitted it and what exactly they wrote as a reference letter?

Thanks.
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  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 8186 replies87 threads Senior Member
    No, you can't see the letter itself, but yes you do get a notification that it has been submitted. Note that you can *not* submit your application until the LoR has been received, so stay on top of your recommender! (guess how I know...)
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  • collegeplease13collegeplease13 10 replies6 threads Junior Member
    Thanks for your answer. I also have a question about predicted grades. If I already met the qualifications for the course (SAT, SAT 2, and GPA ) at my current university, can my recommender just mention it instead of explicitly stating "predicted grades?" (since I already met the qualifications to apply)
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  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 8186 replies87 threads Senior Member
    Aren't you already in college and looking to use your 1st year marks to meet entry requirementss? If so, why would you be taking any standardized testing in college? IF you are, then you do have to submit predicted grades. If not, you don't.
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