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GCSE Results Day 2013?

Was just wondering, how would my GCSE results look like on the actual result day, do i get a certificate or a sheet of paper saying what results i got? Also, i've done a BTEC Level 2 in performing arts and have attained a distinction, would that come on results day, and how would it look on results day? as a certificate or a sheet of paper. It is equivalent to 4 GCSE Results so a distinction would be 4 A Grades. When would i receive the results and how would it look on the certificate/sheet?

BTEC is on Edexcel
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You will get a sheet with your personal information and the top and then it will list your exam titles, then columns of information with Grade, UMS, Raw, SCAAT points

And that will be it, you will recieve your certificates in about November when they are released to your school
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You will get a sheet with your personal information and the top and then it will list your exam titles, then columns of information with Grade, UMS, Raw, SCAAT points

And that will be it, you will recieve your certificates in about November when they are released to your school
So the BTEC results will also be released the same day as my normal GCSE results?
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So the BTEC results will also be released the same day as my normal GCSE results?
They should be yes, mine were
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Oh what was your BTEC in? How did it look like on paper?
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Oh what was your BTEC in? How did it look like on paper?
My BTEC was in Business Studies and it looked like this

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How many a stars approx. would be needed at gcse to be able to realistically apply to Oxbridge medicine and imperial med?


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How many a stars approx. would be needed at gcse to be able to realistically apply to Oxbridge medicine and imperial med?


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Look at their entry requirement!


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How many a stars approx. would be needed at gcse to be able to realistically apply to Oxbridge medicine and imperial med?


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They are saying A*/A/A but I guess it is way more


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Sorry, I will clarify, I meant gcse a stars. Cambridge say 3 CS in science. (Yeah right!)


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I have 2 A*'s at GCSE and have a good chance of getting in, the only time it really matters is for medicine and that on average I believe is 6

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oxbridge do not general accept btecs and most unis wont look at it for medicine - i have level 2 in public services ( through cadets) and i asked and they wont look at it
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