Printing off my own, fake GCSE results Watch

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Good idea?
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Why?
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No.
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yes do it

ur only fooling yourself
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One word: Fraudulent.

Not a good idea, why would it be. Earn your grades the rest of us did. If you can't get the grades then you're not fit for the job/course.
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bad idea :|
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you'll do more damage than it's worth
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Maybe don't do that!!!
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Do it.

I'd like to see you try.


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Of course not.
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Kinda related to this, but does anyone know where i can get a fake template of the sheet with your results on it? Planning on pranking my parents if i end up doing well. Cheers.
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Why? You will get found out once you are in a job that you can't do. Grades will only get you into a job. Your ability at that job will keep you there.
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Sure why not. Then when you get called to collect your GCSE certificates, your true grades will be shown.
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Comes under fraud. Could cause a major damage to your future. Think rationally. In life nothing great comes easy, you gotta work for it.
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You can't print certificates, they'll be too obviously forged. And you can't print your own notification slip, as they aren't certificates.
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its a good idea if you're just planning on showing your parents.
however, this is a bad idea if you're planning on giving it to a sixth form/college as you will definitely get caught.
in regards to jobs, you could show them your fake results, most of the time they do not look into it but sometimes they decide to ask for your gcse certificates and if they do you're screwed. but if you have money lying around that you are willing to spend on fake certificates that look legit, I've heard that they are sold for £60 each but i do not know where they are bought.
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From JCQ materials:

GCSE results slips

A GCSE candidate falsified her provisional statements of results by altering her grades for subjects
with three awarding bodies. These were then presented to a college where she was hoping to do GCSE re-sits and AS levels. The enrolment officer reported that at a second meeting the candidate had brought in her correct results slips and said there had been a mix up with another candidate’s slip (a false statement). The candidate initially denied falsifying her results but eventually confessed due to fear of her parents’ reaction. The centre informed one of the three awarding bodies
involved, and that board informed the others.

Outcome: The first awarding body disqualified the candidate from all her GCSE examinations with that board, and the other two awarding bodies followed suit. The candidate would not therefore receive a certificate from any
awarding body.


So I'd recommend against it.
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How would you do it though, wanna do it myself
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(Original post by B7ANDON)
Kinda related to this, but does anyone know where i can get a fake template of the sheet with your results on it? Planning on pranking my parents if i end up doing well. Cheers.
How would you do it??
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its a good idea if you're just planning on showing your parents.
however, this is a bad idea if you're planning on giving it to a sixth form/college as you will definitely get caught.
in regards to jobs, you could show them your fake results, most of the time they do not look into it but sometimes they decide to ask for your gcse certificates and if they do you're screwed. but if you have money lying around that you are willing to spend on fake certificates that look legit, I've heard that they are sold for £60 each but i do not know where they are bought.
If i plan on showing it to my parents only how would i do it?
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