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    (Original post by majesticunicorn)
    Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    It isn't listed on the pre-enrolment certificate, but it's listed on the website as an academic qualification you need to bring, but unfortunately my school is really rubbish at handing out certificates. Despite continuing on in their sixth form for 2 years, they never thought to hand me my GCSE certificates, and I emailed them almost 2 weeks ago asking for them and the still haven't replied.

    I do have my GCSE results slip, but if it's required to bring along the certificates I will have to invade the school on monday and demand them to give it to me.

    I would be forever grateful if someone clears this up for me
    Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    Lool! You have nothing to worry about, they don't check your results





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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    Lool! You have nothing to worry about, they don't check your results




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    Thank you! My friend emailed QMUL admissions and they mentioned that they required GCSE certificates, and I freaked out to say the least. They didn't ask for academic qualifications at all?
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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    Lool! You have nothing to worry about, they don't check your results


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    Did u book for early enrollment?
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    (Original post by majesticunicorn)
    Thank you! My friend emailed QMUL admissions and they mentioned that they required GCSE certificates, and I freaked out to say the least. They didn't ask for academic qualifications at all?
    Nope
    Not at all
    Unless you're an international student - they might require it
    Otherwise, you're absolutely fine!! Trust me!!


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    (Original post by coolgamer)
    Did u book for early enrollment?
    Yes I did


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    [QUOTE=Bloom77;67606588]Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    Lool! You have nothing to worry about, they don't check your results




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    They don't check your results? Even for A-levels? If they don't for A-levels I'll be so happy. Don't want anyone hearing my crap ABB grade lol
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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    Lool! You have nothing to worry about, they don't check your results




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    They don't check your results? Even for A-levels? If they don't for A-levels I'll be so happy. Don't want anyone hearing my *****ing ABB grade lol
    Lool nope
    Not even A-level!
    I think it's because it's already declared with UCAS, so proof doesn't need to be shown


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    Lool nope
    Not even A-level!
    I think it's because it's already declared with UCAS, so proof doesn't need to be shown


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    Thanks. Atleast I got like 3-4 my friends with me. We all booked the same time
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    (Original post by majesticunicorn)
    Did anyone need to take GCSE certificates?

    It isn't listed on the pre-enrolment certificate, but it's listed on the website as an academic qualification you need to bring, but unfortunately my school is really rubbish at handing out certificates. Despite continuing on in their sixth form for 2 years, they never thought to hand me my GCSE certificates, and I emailed them almost 2 weeks ago asking for them and the still haven't replied.

    I do have my GCSE results slip, but if it's required to bring along the certificates I will have to invade the school on monday and demand them to give it to me.

    I would be forever grateful if someone clears this up for me
    No, it is only the qualifications your offer was based on. If you are a UK student and applied through UCAS you shouldn't need any certificates, even A-Levels, as they should have confirmations of your grades through UCAS.
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    (Original post by Tortoises172)
    No, it is only the qualifications your offer was based on. If you are a UK student and applied through UCAS you shouldn't need any certificates, even A-Levels, as they should have conformations of your grades through UCAS.
    Thank you very much! I did apply through UCAS, so I hope that means they won't be asking for any qualifications.

    Again, thank you!
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    (Original post by majesticunicorn)
    Thank you very much! I did apply through UCAS, so I hope that means they won't be asking for any qualifications.

    Again, thank you!
    No problem. This is what I was told when I phoned up and asked so if it is wrong you and I both will be stuffed...
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    (Original post by KINGYusuf)

    Lool nope
    Not even A-level!
    I think it's because it's already declared with UCAS, so proof doesn't need to be shown


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    Sorry 1 more thing.

    Do they check off your name when you go in? Because one of my friend has his time 1 hour earlier but wants to come with us
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    Anyone commuting?
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    Sorry 1 more thing.

    Do they check off your name when you go in? Because one of my friend has his time 1 hour earlier but wants to come with us
    Lol it's fine
    I booked my enrolment at 10.15
    I went there at 12
    You can honestly go at anytime you want, there's no register


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    (Original post by KINGYusuf)

    Lol it's fine
    I booked my enrolment at 10.15
    I went there at 12
    You can honestly go at anytime you want, there's no register


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    Thanks so much and sorry for all the questions
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    Thanks so much and sorry for all the questions
    I love questions that I can answer
    It was extremely fun
    What course are you doing?


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    (Original post by KINGYusuf)

    I love questions that I can answer
    It was extremely fun
    What course are you doing?


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    ooo okay haha

    How does the convo go then? Do they firstly ask what course you're doing etc, or just ask for specific documents?

    Engineering wbu
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    (Original post by Bloom77)

    ooo okay haha

    How does the convo go then? Do they firstly ask what course you're doing etc, or just ask for specific documents?

    Engineering wbu
    I'm doing chemistry
    And Yeahh the lady was really nice.
    They just check your documents and confirm you're enrolment really.


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    (Original post by coolgamer)
    Anyone commuting?
    I am
 
 
 
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