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Will I need my GCSE certificates?

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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    Given I have a degree and my A level certificates, would I need my GCSE certificates for a grad scheme?
    I have lost these and would rather not pay £10's of pounds to each exam board

    Edit: Also as my Maths and English are on the same board (AQA), could I just get certificates for this board and not the rest?

    It's extremely unlikely why anyone consider GCSE's especially as you have a degree and GCSE's were 5 years ago. In fact, you don't even list jobs older than 5 years on your CV unless you have to.

    I have never been asked to produce a single certificate for any of my jobs and I doubt you would have to unless there are some extenuating circumstances.

    hamza ahmad luton 786 hertfordshire hamzaahmad786
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