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I have completed my A Levels but I won’t know the grades I got until results day. Do I still put A levels on my CV since I’ve done them, or do I need to wait for my grades?
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I have completed my A Levels but I won’t know the grades I got until results day. Do I still put A levels on my CV since I’ve done them, or do I need to wait for my grades?
I put my predicted grades (and the word “predicted” in subscript in brackets next to the subheading) and the date I expected to get my grades back.
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I put my predicted grades (and the word “predicted” in subscript in brackets next to the subheading) and the date I expected to get my grades back.
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I have completed my A Levels but I won’t know the grades I got until results day. Do I still put A levels on my CV since I’ve done them, or do I need to wait for my grades?
If you’re applying for jobs before results day, then put them on but but grades tbc

Edit: putting predicted grades in and labelling them also is reasonable.

Just be honest, and present it in a way that flatters you the most.
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I have completed my A Levels but I won’t know the grades I got until results day. Do I still put A levels on my CV since I’ve done them, or do I need to wait for my grades?
You put

20xx-20 School Name, Town
Awaiting results for A level Subject, Subject and Subject
xx GCSEs including English and Maths


No point predicting - no-ones likely to be hiring you on the basis of predicted A level results.
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20xx-20 School Name, Town
Awaiting results for A level Subject, Subject and Subject
xx GCSEs including English and Maths


No point predicting - no-ones likely to be hiring you on the basis of predicted A level results.
Perfect, thank you
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I have completed my A Levels but I won’t know the grades I got until results day. Do I still put A levels on my CV since I’ve done them, or do I need to wait for my grades?
Putting predicted grades is totally acceptable, as they are usually close enough and the more you can tell them about yourself the better, as long as you make it clear they are predicted.
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I would recommend putting all of your predicted grades on also. It can be confirmed by your reference if you have one from your college - if indeed it were ever to become a problem (which i doubt).
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