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    I recently got invited to an assessment center from a big company. The problem is, I have a degree from another EU country which i thought was 2:1. Turns out after a small research the equivalent I got is 2:2 (missed by 0.03% if you can believe that).

    These guys require a 2:1 degree. So here is my problem. Do I go there anyway and see what happens? (It's a long trip just to be turned away). Or do I call them and ask and risk my invitation being cancelled? Are there any chances of being accepted? Will they even check it? So many questions and I can't find anything helpful online.
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    If they've invited you then you've passed their degree requirements - if they were to reject you based on a criteria they've already passed you on, I'm sure you could claim costs back based on that.

    Any chance they will cover your costs anyway?
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    They will cover all costs anyway and even booked a hotel for me. What i am worried about is that I didn't send them a copy of my Degree as they didn't ask for it. I just have on my CV that it's a 2:1 degree. I will give them the degree copy on the day I go there. That's why i'm worried.
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    (Original post by Inertial)
    They will cover all costs anyway and even booked a hotel for me. What i am worried about is that I didn't send them a copy of my Degree as they didn't ask for it. I just have on my CV that it's a 2:1 degree. I will give them the degree copy on the day I go there. That's why i'm worried.
    Okay, well that's different. I think I would call them and tell them the situation.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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