CV and Grades (application for university)

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For my CV which it’s sent to the universities, should I add my GCSE Grades (and the name of the school) and my A Level Grades (and the name of the sixth form)?. Or should i just add the names of the schools? Or not mention it at all? Because it suggested me to have an education section in the CV
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You should add all of the qualifications that you have achieved, including the name of the school and/or sixth form, if it is separate to your school.
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For my CV which it’s sent to the universities, should I add my GCSE Grades (and the name of the school) and my A Level Grades (and the name of the sixth form)?. Or should i just add the names of the schools? Or not mention it at all? Because it suggested me to have an education section in the CV
I wasn't aware that you needed a CV for a University application - or is this for a Postgrad course?

The first section of your CV should read like this (your details of course)

Education

2018-20 Somewhere High School, Town
[tab] A level Subject (X), Subject (X), Subject (X), AS level (X)
2013-18 Elsewhere High School, Town
[tab] 10 GCSEs, grades A*-C, including English and Maths
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I wasn't aware that you needed a CV for a University application - or is this for a Postgrad course?

The first section of your CV should read like this (your details of course)

Education

2018-20 Somewhere High School, Town
[tab] A level Subject (X), Subject (X), Subject (X), AS level (X)
2013-18 Elsewhere High School, Town
[tab] 10 GCSEs, grades A*-C, including English and Maths
Yes, like is not CV the mist important thing for when applying to uni?? It shows your how experienced you are
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Yes, like is not CV the mist important thing for when applying to uni?? It shows your how experienced you are
In the UK you apply for undergrad degrees through a process called UCAS. It doesn't require a CV.

For Postgraduate degrees you apply through the individual university process, which is almost always an online form, and it rarely requires a CV.
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In the UK you apply for undergrad degrees through a process called UCAS. It doesn't require a CV.

For Postgraduate degrees you apply through the individual university process, which is almost always an online form, and it rarely requires a CV.
Ohhhh okay, and its UCAS gonna ask me for like my awards and work experience then? I understand now. Thank you
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Ohhhh okay, and its UCAS gonna ask me for like my awards and work experience then? I understand now. Thank you
Google UCAS, there's tonnes of support and advice on how to complete the form on there. Then there are UCAS specific forums here on TSR.
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