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    I am re-applying to uni to study Nursing next year however, I have lost all my GCSE certificates. I have my A level certificates and my other degree in Maths. Would Universities demand to see my original GCSE certificate ?
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    They will want to see the proof but you don't need the original certificate. You can order a statement of results from your exam board which universities will accept as evidence.

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    (Original post by pluswhite)
    They will want to see the proof but you don't need the original certificate. You can order a statement of results from your exam board which universities will accept as evidence.

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    And how much would that cost? I'm pretty skint if it's like £50 for each test then I won't be able to afford it as that will be my jsa money gone
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    And how much would that cost? I'm pretty skint if it's like £50 for each test then I won't be able to afford it as that will be my jsa money gone
    You pay per exam board not per test. I took mine with aqa and edexcel so I had to get two different statements of results for all my exams which cost me about £50ish. So you will need to find out what exam boards you took them with then Google it to see how much you need to pay. Hope that helps x

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    (Original post by pluswhite)
    You pay per exam board not per test. I took mine with aqa and edexcel so I had to get two different statements of results for all my exams which cost me about £50ish. So you will need to find out what exam boards you took them with then Google it to see how much you need to pay. Hope that helps x

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    I think it was a mixture of Edexcel and AQA will get in touch with them thanks
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    Hi I have just had to pay to get my certificates.

    It was between £40-£45 for my Maths from Edexcel and £37 for my English and Science certificates from AQA.

    I didn't bother to get all my certificates as there were the only ones the university requested to see.

    I got my Edexcel statement of results back within a week I am still waiting for AQA nearly 7 weeks later
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    (Original post by Gemma1990x)
    Hi I have just had to pay to get my certificates.

    It was between £40-£45 for my Maths from Edexcel and £37 for my English and Science certificates from AQA.

    I didn't bother to get all my certificates as there were the only ones the university requested to see.

    I got my Edexcel statement of results back within a week I am still waiting for AQA nearly 7 weeks later
    Wow, that must have been a piss take. That's a lot of money for a piece of paper I really do think that they should provide it electronically free of charge!
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    I know that would of been nicer but they just don't offer it.

    You can have your certificates sent direct to the university but its still the same price.
 
 
 
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