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    Help! I have applied for a job and put that I got d in chemistry, d in biology and c in physics as that is what I got in the subjects but the overall GCSE certificate says D for combined science, can I do this?
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    (Original post by Shall2328)
    Help! I have applied for a job and put that I got d in chemistry, d in biology and c in physics as that is what I got in the subjects but the overall GCSE certificate says D for combined science, can I do this?
    I see why you got D's...
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    (Original post by Shall2328)
    Help! I have applied for a job and put that I got d in chemistry, d in biology and c in physics as that is what I got in the subjects but the overall GCSE certificate says D for combined science, can I do this?
    Just say that you passed them. A D is technically a pass at GCSE, I believe

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    I see why you got D's...
    Pointless and rude comment
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Just say that you passed them. A D is technically a pass at GCSE, I believe



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    A C is a pass
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    (Original post by Hashtosh302)
    A C is a pass
    A C is a good pass, a grade is a pass, ie. being awarded the certificate, D/E for Higher, G for Foundation. It's a common misconception.
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    (Original post by Hashtosh302)
    A C is a pass
    False, anything from A*-G is a pass at GCSE. A D grade is a low pass but a pass nonetheless
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    (Original post by Shall2328)
    Help! I have applied for a job and put that I got d in chemistry, d in biology and c in physics as that is what I got in the subjects but the overall GCSE certificate says D for combined science, can I do this?
    No you can't. If its the kind of job where its informal or grades are not that important and they won't ask for certificates you could risk it though.
 
 
 
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