Damaged GCSE Candidate Statement Of Results Replacement

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KemyAndrews
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Very embarrassed to say I have already damaged Statement Of Results (received 20th August), I really don't know what to do now. When placed together, it is all readable. I've already looked up how to get another one and it says I am to pay up to 60 pounds for a replacement. I'm about to pass out ; my family is lower class and does not have that much money. I feel very low and defeated because of this, I won't even able to get a small job to get the money now too, because any employer won't think it's eligible. Is it possible that my school still has it on their system or is it over for me for the rest of my life?
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your school may still have it on their system, but if not its not at all the end of the world. first of all, because of your age and therefore the type of job you would be getting at this age the chances are an employer wouldn't actually ask for proof of your GCSE results (neither of mine did for my first 2 jobs at your age). also, this is just your statement of results- your school will, in the next couple months, give you the actual certificates for your GCSEs- this is what you are more likely to need when you are much older if anyone asks for your GCSE grades. Finally, if your statement of results is only ripped or damaged but is still readable that will be fine! employers are human and understand that accidents happen and a slightly damaged sheet of paper won't make any difference. honestly do not stress as its only a piece of paper that your school printed itself, not the actual certificates.
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Statements of results have no value - what you need for proof is your certificate (which won't have arrived yet). If you really feel the need for another statement of results then just ask your exams centre for one - they're unlikely to charge.
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(Original post by KemyAndrews)
Very embarrassed to say I have already damaged Statement Of Results (received 20th August), I really don't know what to do now. When placed together, it is all readable. I've already looked up how to get another one and it says I am to pay up to 60 pounds for a replacement. I'm about to pass out ; my family is lower class and does not have that much money. I feel very low and defeated because of this, I won't even able to get a small job to get the money now too, because any employer won't think it's eligible. Is it possible that my school still has it on their system or is it over for me for the rest of my life?
This is not an official document and you will get your certificates at some point,
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A candidate statement of results is assembled by your school for your provisional results, you won't get your actual certificates (which cost extra money) for a while yet. Most employers will not be that interested in your results, they are more interested in work experience.
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