Hey, i was wondering, when you submit your gcse grades to university etc. DO you just give them your grades eg B. Or, if it was a subject you excelled at, the mark you get eg, 98%? I mean if they just look at grades isn't that stupid??? a person could be on the lower bound of A* like 87% and a person could be on higher bound, eg 98% and there's no distinguishing between the two!!!
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PERcentage or the grade? gcse..... watch
- Thread Starter
- 19-01-2010 18:39
- 03-02-2010 10:51
You give just the grade, but if you have performed exceptionally well, you can ask your referee to mention this on your behalf. This is particularly useful if you are applying for a course that is relevent to the discipline concerned.