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I achieved a 7 in English Language and English Literature but got 2 consent forms asking if it was ok for them to be re-marked as I was only a few marks off an 8 in each. What is the process like? And how will they tell me if my grade has changed since I've already got my results, will I receive a letter confirming my new grades?
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I’m in same position getting my french and biology remarked, I think it gets mailed to our homes
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I’m in same position getting my french and biology remarked, I think it gets mailed to our homes
I was thinking the same, it makes sense so we can prove we had the re-mark. Good luck
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You school will let you know the result of the review. f the grade changes then that is what will be on the certificates you get in the late Autumn.
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You school will let you know the result of the review. f the grade changes then that is what will be on the certificates you get in the late Autumn.
when exactly do we get our certificates? or at least roughly?
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when exactly do we get our certificates? or at least roughly?
The should have arrived in schools by early November, but it then takes a fair while to check them and re-sort them from 10 or so deliveries (different exam boards, different sorts of qualification) into a different envelope for each student at your school who took qualifications. I'd say early December.
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The should have arrived in schools by early November, but it then takes a fair while to check them and re-sort them from 10 or so deliveries (different exam boards, different sorts of qualification) into a different envelope for each student at your school who took qualifications. I'd say early December.
ok thanks bit later than i hoped but oh well doesnt rly matter
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You school will let you know the result of the review. f the grade changes then that is what will be on the certificates you get in the late Autumn.
So we will actually receive a certificate confirming the possible change in the grades? Thank you
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So we will actually receive a certificate confirming the possible change in the grades? Thank you
You should hear the result of the review of marking in a couple of weeks. Your GCSE certificates, which will have the latest grades on them, turn up as I've said, in late Autumn.
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