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    Say that the uni is asking for a level 3 in communications...


    Well I havent passed it yet but I know I will soon so if I just write that I've already passed it could I theoretically then just produce the grades in September?


    Thanks
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    Long story short? No, you're not allowed to lie.
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    (Original post by emeleh)
    Long story short? No, you're not allowed to lie.
    you know what im asking sweetcheeks

    could i theoretically get an unconditional by doing this and then just passing it and handing the grades to them in September?
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    And what exactly will you do when they ask to see proof of your qualifications? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Billy_69)
    you know what im asking sweetcheeks

    could i theoretically get an unconditional by doing this and then just passing it and handing the grades to them in September?

    nah im pretty sure they check when u apply
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    Most people value honesty, just be truthful and tell them that you are sitting the exam soon - that way in the event that something happens and you don't pass they will be far more likely to consider your application favourably & give you chance to resit?
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    (Original post by xmarilynx)
    And what exactly will you do when they ask to see proof of your qualifications? :rolleyes:
    give it to them?

    they dont check until september so i can achieve it before then
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    Nope.
    Otherwise everyone would just say they had eleventy thousand A*s, wouldn't they?
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    (Original post by Billy_69)
    give it to them?

    they dont check until september so i can achieve it before then
    Some universities ask for certificates before this, and of course presumably your certificate will have the date on.

    Why don't you just be honest and tell them you're doing the exam on x date? There's no point lying and saying you've already done it to get an unconditional when you're doing the exam anyway. You may as well be honest and get a conditional, surely?
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    if you lie it will come back to bite you in the ass.
    lying is cheating, and i'm pretty sure you wouldn't cheat in an exam.
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    (Original post by sylarfangirl)
    Nope.
    Otherwise everyone would just say they had eleventy thousand A*s, wouldn't they?
    No because then they'd have to go and achieve them


    I can go and achieve this level 3

    why you hating?
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    Don't lie, it'll come back and bite you on the bottom. :O
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    (Original post by xmarilynx)
    Some universities ask for certificates before this, and of course presumably your certificate will have the date on.

    Why don't you just be honest and tell them you're doing the exam on x date? There's no point lying and saying you've already done it to get an unconditional when you're doing the exam anyway. You may as well be honest and get a conditional, surely?
    no because they might reject me without that grade even though im working toward it
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    I advice against it.
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    (Original post by Billy_69)
    No because then they'd have to go and achieve them


    I can go and achieve this level 3

    why you hating?
    Just tell them you're working towards it, as a poster above said, the certificate will almost certainly have the date on, so you'll get found out anyway.
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    Not sure, I didnt lie at mine.

    Yesterday some african 'jokers' were compleeting thier applications.
    They've made up most of thier grades.

    * I used to had a calss with them, they are lying 24/7 about everything.
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    No? Daft question really.
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    for that you could probably get away with it, especially if you are sure you are going to pass. I wouldnt try it with A-Levels but yeah, aslong as you're not competing with me for places go for it!
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    (Original post by HelloImNeil)
    No? Daft question really.
    braveheart did you read what i typed or did you just decide to jump the gun you little piece of waste?
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    Can't you put it as pending rather than pass?
 
 
 
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