UCAS application education section help?

I’m a student in the US, and it is asking whether i have formal qualifications or not,

the other choices are below honours degree level qualifications and honours degree level or above qualification…

i’m in my final year of high school in the US,

I have sat, sat II, act, ap test scores which i have added in at the bottom,

but what qualification do i pick??

do the tests i take merit the below honours level qualifications??

5 Answers

  • Honours degree level or above qualifications: this includes higher education (University) qualifications at honours degree level or above only. For example, bachelor’s degree with honours, master’s degree, PhD.

    Below honours degree level qualifications: this includes further education qualifications that you studied at school or college. For example, AS and A level, Scottish Higher and Advanced Higher, GCSE, Irish Leaving Certificate, International Baccalaureate, Higher National Certificate (HNC), Higher National Diploma (HND), foundation degree, Certificate of Higher Education (CertHE), bachelor’s degree at ordinary level (without honours).

    So i assume the one that you have sat is below honours degree level qualification. so just choose Below one 🙂

  • Below Honours Degree Level Qualifications

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    UCAS application education section help?

    I’m a student in the US, and it is asking whether i have formal qualifications or not,

    the other choices are below honours degree level qualifications and honours degree level or above qualification…

    i’m in my final year of high school in the US,

    I have sat, sat II, act, ap test…

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    I’d just go with Psychology as the general subject. Because you have to fill in your modules you completed anyway. Im sure if it was a big error when you show your tutor/referee your application they’d tell you, or just ask them before you send it off

  • You didn’t say what school system you are taking. In the IB (International Baccalaureate) the counselor sends predicted grades (Based on your current grade in 11th and first half of 12th) with your application.

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