Can I See My UCAS Reference?

No, it is not possible for an applicant to see their UCAS reference. Your reference will be written and submitted on your behalf by the centre you are applying through, whether your school, sixth form college, or employer.

All you need to do is check that each part of your UCAS application is complete and correct, mark them all as such, pay for your application, and send it online to your referee for them to add their section.
Ideally, your referee remarks on your suitability for your course, your positive growth as a student, your enthusiasm and proactivity. However, UCAS maintains that if an applicant sees their reference it is no longer valid, as they may have influenced its content.

To ensure your UCAS application is as good as it can be, contact one of The Profs’ admissions tutors. 90% of our students who use our tutors get into their first or second-choice university.