I didnt sit my IGCSE exams, is that an issue?

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I live in a country where we didnt sit our GCSE exams, instead, we did supervised tests and those should basically be used as evidence to form an IG grade. Now, does that devalue my IG exams and make them look as less valuable to universities when I apply? Thanks.
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(Original post by mikeisreal)
I live in a country where we didnt sit our GCSE exams, instead, we did supervised tests and those should basically be used as evidence to form an IG grade. Now, does that devalue my IG exams and make them look as less valuable to universities when I apply? Thanks.
alot of countries had to do this, in england people didnt sit Alevels and GCSE for this year and last year. they will still give you a grade and universities will be aware that people didnt sit there exams
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