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    I was wondering does the presents of A-levels make just having AS-levels look at a job interview, on your CV etc, look bad? What I'm saying is, are AS-levels enough to get ahead?
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    That depends on what you want to do. What kind of job are you looking for?
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    For a CV they might not care that much, tho I'm assuming your interview is for a non academic/ high level job.
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    For a CV they might not care that much, tho I'm assuming your interview is for a non academic/ high level job.
    Well I wouldn't say an interview for a banking position based in Canary Wharf (I won't say which one) is non academic. One of my AS levels is in mathematics and it is at a very high grade, near perfect. However due to A levels, I'm worried that it will undervalue my qualification, in the eyes of the interviewer. Do you think this will be an issue in my interview?
 
 
 
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