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If you are in Year 10 and did their early GCSEs, do you have to go in on Results Day?

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    (Original post by T0ucan)
    Last year in year 10 I sat 2 modules. We were allowed to go in on results days but only an hour after the school opened so the teachers could deal with the year 11s. If you don't go in you will still find out your results in September. However, I'd recommend going in to collect them if you can as it will prepare you for next year and, if you do well, it will encourage you to emulate what you did this year and work hard next year.
    Thanks for your point.
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    Anymore once again?

    (Original post by TheSpeedyz)
    Anymore once again?
    For me I had to wait until September since the year 11 are the priority when it comes to GCSE results day

    At my school they didn't want year 10's coming in because there's over 200 people in a year group so having 400+ students coming in for their results and wanting advice etc is a bit too much and Year 11's are classed as more urgent for need of help.

    If you phone the school they shouold be able to tell you whether or not you can come to get them, it might also be on the school website

    When I was in school we were told such results on our first day back. We were never asked to come on results day as that was a day reserved for year 11s.

    Of course that will vary from school to school. I'd call them up if I were you to make sure
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