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    Do I put my Es in physics and further mathematics on my CV?

    All add up to 430 UCAS pts, just wondered if I'm obligated too, and if I'm not, should I put them?
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    Do I put my Es in physics and further mathematics on my CV?

    All add up to 430 UCAS pts, just wondered if I'm obligated too, and if I'm not, should I put them?
    You don’t have to put them on your CV, nope. That’s your choice. Leaving off qualifications is fine if you wish; it’s not like UCAS where each grade is necessary to list.

    Whether or not you’d like to is your call! Do you think it’d strengthen your application?
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    I would say 'achieved 430 UCAS points at A-level including B in Mathematics' or whatever your higher grades were
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    (Original post by Chichaldo)
    Do I put my Es in physics and further mathematics on my CV?

    All add up to 430 UCAS pts, just wondered if I'm obligated too, and if I'm not, should I put them?
    You don't have to put your grades on a CV, but you need to understand who/why you are writing it. if the employer is going to check certificates etc, then there;s no point being evasive now. On the other hand, if grades aren't important, don't put any in. If you put in UCAS points total, the numbers need to add up, so you need all grades or no grades, but who wants a CV with UCAS points on, it isn't a thing many employers use.
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    (Original post by FloralHybrid)
    You don’t have to put them on your CV, nope. That’s your choice. Leaving off qualifications is fine if you wish; it’s not like UCAS where each grade is necessary to list.

    Whether or not you’d like to is your call! Do you think it’d strengthen your application?
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    I would say 'achieved 430 UCAS points at A-level including B in Mathematics' or whatever your higher grades were
    (Original post by threeportdrift)
    You don't have to put your grades on a CV, but you need to understand who/why you are writing it. if the employer is going to check certificates etc, then there;s no point being evasive now. On the other hand, if grades aren't important, don't put any in. If you put in UCAS points total, the numbers need to add up, so you need all grades or no grades, but who wants a CV with UCAS points on, it isn't a thing many employers use.
    I reckon I'll just leave it at A* epq ABB, other ways would just bring attention to the AS EE I reckon
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