HELP! My IGCSE certificate got lost. Can I get a replacement? Watch

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Well as the title says, my IGCSE certificate is lost and I need it real soon coz I'm applying to uni's in canada for the fall session. Can I get a replacement? How much would it cost and how would I go about it? I'm from Zambia btw and I wrote CIE in November 09
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"It is our policy not to issue replacement certificates to students. However students can apply for a certifying statement of results. This is an official document issued by Cambridge which shows the grades obtained by a student in a given examination session. Certifying statements will be accepted by educational institutions and places of employment as a legitimate record of results. All grades are shown on a certifying statement, except ungraded, fail, no result, pending or to be issued results.

The certifying statement application form explains what must be done before we can send a certifying statement of results either directly to a student or to any public institution. As stated on the application form, all applications will be dealt with within six weeks of receipt of correctly completed applications."

You can't get the form til May 2nd at 5pm BST as the website is down for maintenance, but when you do it is available here

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