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    No problem, and thanks!
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    They're In A Monthhhhhhh。。。。。wow
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    (Original post by scaryhair)
    I've attached a picture of what mine looked like.

    It wasn't in alphabetical order. It was split into the exam boards and then (I think) sorted by the number code of the specification.
    We got the exact same sheet for our GCSE results. Our schools must use the same EDI
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    Hi,
    I couldn't find anybody who had posted a picture of the GCSE certificate so i have uploaded mine below.

    Hope this helps and good luck in your GCSE's
    Rob
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    (Original post by Rob 07)
    Hi,
    I couldn't find anybody who had posted a picture of the GCSE certificate so i have uploaded mine below.

    Hope this helps and good luck in your GCSE's
    Rob
    thank you so much the aqa one looks nice, have u got the edexcel and ocr one please post those one if you want aswell please
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    (Original post by Peter121PRO)
    thank you so much the aqa one looks nice, have u got the edexcel and ocr one please post those one if you want aswell please
    Yeh i have attached an Edexcel one below, sorry don't have an OCR one though. Sorry its not very clear but i had to shrink it so i could upload it :cool:

    Hope this helps
    Rob
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    (Original post by Rob 07)
    Yeh i have attached an Edexcel one below, sorry don't have an OCR one though. Sorry its not very clear but i had to shrink it so i could upload it :cool:

    Hope this helps
    Rob
    thanks again
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    Why do they say A(a) rather than just A? Or does nobody know?
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    (Original post by d123)
    Why do they say A(a) rather than just A? Or does nobody know?
    I think it is just for clarity more than anything showing the grade in both upper and lower case.

    But don't know what they do for a short course gcse i.e. 1/2 a GCSE, maybe they only show half the grade
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    lol. that would be funny, for A, all they would have is / and for small xase (
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    (Original post by Gooner)
    They sure do On your actual certificate though they're listed in grade order
    OMG RLLY!?

    So will my highest grades be at the top?
    Or my lowest?
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    (Original post by Rob 07)
    I think it is just for clarity more than anything showing the grade in both upper and lower case.

    But don't know what they do for a short course gcse i.e. 1/2 a GCSE, maybe they only show half the grade
    I think for that it's listed under a separate heading of "GCSE shortcourse" and then "Religious Studies B (b)"

    or whatever.
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    (Original post by AnthonyShock)
    OMG RLLY!?

    So will my highest grades be at the top?
    Or my lowest?
    Your highest will be at the top:yes:
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    (Original post by scaryhair)
    I've attached a picture of what mine looked like.

    It wasn't in alphabetical order. It was split into the exam boards and then (I think) sorted by the number code of the specification.
    WOW NICE results! Well done!!! (I know it was yonks ago) but HOW did you get that A* in OCR Textiles?! I only lost 2 marks in coursework (just did the exam in June) and think I might be heading towards a C :eek: .....but good luck in your A levels!
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    (Original post by Silvertongue)
    WOW NICE results! Well done!!! (I know it was yonks ago) but HOW did you get that A* in OCR Textiles?! I only lost 2 marks in coursework (just did the exam in June) and think I might be heading towards a C :eek: .....but good luck in your A levels!
    Umm, I got 99/105 in my coursework, which meant I only needed about 50% in the end exam to get an A overall. I too thought I did horribly on the exam, but if you're coursework is that high, and is worth a lot of the grade, it will pull your mark up a lot
    Good luck.
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    (Original post by hermaphrodite)
    why does it matter what the results sheet looks like?
    well i'm interested just so that i know what to expect
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    (Original post by Rob 07)
    Yeh i have attached an Edexcel one below, sorry don't have an OCR one though. Sorry its not very clear but i had to shrink it so i could upload it :cool:

    Hope this helps
    Rob
    thanksss!
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    very strange, my OCR GCE has no hologram......... when you hold it to the light you do get OCR like in bank notes. is this common or just me? june 2008...
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    Does anybody have an OCR certificate they can show me from 1992?
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    (Original post by Glutamic Acid)
    Looking at the sheet it doesn't seem to give individual marks. What would be the easiest way of finding these out?
    Grade boundaries on the Exam boards websites and the exam boards have individual student results.
 
 
 

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