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    I used to do A levels for my first year of sixth form and the results were really bad which showed that A levels are not for me at all!
    So right now I am retaking the first year (only one year behind) and I am doing a Btec in science instead.
    For my CV should I even bother to include my A level results or just say where my education is currently at BUT there will the interviewer ask me questions about the mysterious gap?!
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    Did you pass any of the exams in your first year? If so what where the grades? On my CV I have put the year I started A levels and just put the better grades on. Usually those above an E.
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    (Original post by ninjasayshi)
    Did you pass any of the exams in your first year? If so what where the grades? On my CV I have put the year I started A levels and just put the better grades on. Usually those above an E.
    Only As and Bs I would mention. In the employment world such grades are graded like this:

    A - Amazing
    B - Brilliant
    C - Crap
    D - Dumbass
    E - Excremental
    F - ****tarded
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    (Original post by Laomedeia)
    Only As and Bs I would mention. In the employment world such grades are graded like this:

    A - Amazing
    B - Brilliant
    C - Crap
    D - Dumbass
    E - Excremental
    F - ****tarded
    I've never had any problem with mine and I have ds on there


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    (Original post by ninjasayshi)
    I've never had any problem with mine and I have ds on there


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    Ive always had problems with mine. Must have been bird poo on some of em, or maybe they have been eaten before they get to the recruitment manager etc.
 
 
 
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