"my tutor told me dont put the alevels on your cv unless their (AAA) or AAB or ABB"Watch
Is this true or not
I have seen a many users on TSR say stuff like this
It's not likely to help your application to be putting on grades less than B on a CV. If you've got less than Bs, you (hopefully) aren't applying for anything that is interested in grades and therefore it's irrelevant information.
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To be honest you don't really need to put GCSE's/A Levels on your CV if you have a degree and like 5-10 years experience. But most CV's generally have A Levels no matter what, some people leave off GCSE's or just put '12 GCSEs' or '12GCSE's A*/A' etc...
i can see where your coming from but i was thinking more along the lines of if you have a mixture of results like ABCC those Cs would look fairly **** compared to the other results
If you put some and omit other grades, wouldn't that make it obvious what subjects you did badly?
If you have no work experience, than put all your A Levels, then GCSEs with the best grades at the top and worst at the bottom. Omit mentioning any that you're ashamed of (omit really low grades & fails).
If you do have lots of work experience put these first, then a line under education saying you have X no of A levels (list the subjects) and X no GCSEs (list the subjects).