How do I tell my school about family extenuating circumstances for my GCSE's ? Watch

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So that universities recognise that they was done under extenuating circumstances. Also, if anyone knows a bit about the process would much appreciated.
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So that universities recognise that they was done under extenuating circumstances. Also, if anyone knows a bit about the process would much appreciated.
What point are you at now? Year 12? have you changed schools since Y11 and. if so, do you have any evidence of your family problems/
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What point are you at now? Year 12? have you changed schools since Y11 and. if so, do you have any evidence of your family problems/

I'm year 11 and yeah I have proof of the personal issues. I have not changed schools.
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I'm year 11 and yeah I have proof of the personal issues. I have not changed schools.
If yu have serious family issues that are affecting your studying then tell someone at the school - tutor, head of year, pastoral person -anyone you feel comfortable with. It may be possible to obtain some special consideration for your GCSE exams (where the exam board increases your marks slightly to counteract the effect of your difficulties) and it will be on record for any future reference needed.
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If yu have serious family issues that are affecting your studying then tell someone at the school - tutor, head of year, pastoral person -anyone you feel comfortable with. It may be possible to obtain some special consideration for your GCSE exams (where the exam board increases your marks slightly to counteract the effect of your difficulties) and it will be on record for any future reference needed.

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