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    Okay i have a problem, i'm re-sitting A levels at a different college, my courses will start this September, however my mom threw my GCSE certificates away and i have no way to prove my GCSE results to the college, and i don't have the money to replace them,what should i do?
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    (Original post by uchihaitachi0023)
    Okay i have a problem, i'm re-sitting A levels at a different college, my courses will start this September, however my mom threw my GCSE certificates away and i have no way to prove my GCSE results to the college, and i don't have the money to replace them,what should i do?
    Speak to both the school and the exam board to see if there is anything they can do. But i have a feeling that with the exam board they may charge for them. How much though im not sure.
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    (Original post by uchihaitachi0023)
    Okay i have a problem, i'm re-sitting A levels at a different college, my courses will start this September, however my mom threw my GCSE certificates away and i have no way to prove my GCSE results to the college, and i don't have the money to replace them,what should i do?
    which exam board are you with?
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    (Original post by uchihaitachi0023)
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    It could potentially be around £90 to get them replaced, ask the college if they'll accept the results sheets otherwise you need to fill in a replacement application for each exam board.
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    i did say I don't have the money to replace them, and they said they don't accept the results sheet, so I'm probably screwed
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    (Original post by uchihaitachi0023)
    i did say I don't have the money to replace them, and they said they don't accept the results sheet, so I'm probably screwed
    Oh i m sorry, exam boards offer letters confirming results which are a bit cheaper. Could you get your school to write a letter confirming what you got maybe?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Oh i m sorry, exam boards offer letters confirming results which are a bit cheaper. Could you get your school to write a letter confirming what you got maybe?
    Yeah that's a good idea I'll try it, thanks
 
 
 
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