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Documentation and Forms

Here you will find all the documents and forms, you may need to support your application to university. 

Forms: 

Form 1: Use this form to request a Transcript or a High School Statement for you to collect from the school office or receive by email.

Form 2: Use this form to request that school sends your documents directly to your chosen universities. You will also use this form at the end of all applications to inform school that you have completed and submitted the application.

Documents you can request and collect from St Andrews:

(You can request the following documents throughout the year in either paper or electronic form using Form 1.)

Transcript:

High School Statement:

Documents you can request to be sent directly to universities:

(You can request any of the following documents to be sent directly to your universities in either paper or electronic form using Form 2.)

Transcript

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Predicted Grades

School Profile

A document outlining general information about the school

Tutor Reference

Letter of Recommendation

A recommendation written by a subject teacher of your choice -

English Proficiency Letter

Predicted Grades

Predicted grades are requested by many different universities as a part of the application process. At St Andrews, predicted grades remain confidential between the school and the university. The reasons for keeping grades confidential are to ensure there is no pressure put on teachers to inflate grades, and so that students continually strive for further progress. Students can get an indication of their predicted grades by considering their report grades and Be Ambitious grades - this calculator can be used to help. When determining the final predicted grade teachers use evidence from classwork, homework , tests and exams. The final date that teachers can submit predicted grades to be included in applications is December 1st.

References vs Letters of Recommendation

All Year 13 students have a School Reference (also known as a Tutor Reference) written for them. In this Reference the tutor writes about the student and combines sections written by each of the student's subject teachers. References are used for UCAS applications, along with many others.

A Letter of Recommendation (LOR) is written by a subject teacher. It will cover many of the same points as a Reference, but there will be a heavy focus on the student's skills and achievements in the teacher's specific subject. Some US (or US system) universities require LORs, but not all do. If a LOR is required for an application, the student should speak to the University Guidance Counsellor to discuss which teacher would be best to write it. The student should only ask their teacher to write a LOR after speaking to the University Guidance Counsellor.

Reporting and Transcripts

An important document that is often requested by universities is the Transcript. A Transcript lists all report grades issued for the final 4 years of secondary education - this means Years 10-13. End of year and mock exams grades are not published on the Transcript as these are not always a good representation of a student's progress. Instead, only the report attainment grade for each term is published. For Year 11 and Year 13, the Term 3 attainment grades that are published are the final IGCSE or IB grades.

Students who joined St Andrews after the start of Year 10 will need to contact their former school(s) and ensure they have sent a copy of their Year 10-11 transcript to the University Guidance department. School can then send it to universities if they request it.