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So 2019 - 2020 I was taking my GCSE's but the exams had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 and the schools ended up just giving up our predicted grades as GCSE(?) grades.

For anyone else who was in this situation, did your schools give hard-back certificates? My school ended up giving me provisional results and not an actual certificate and I don't know what to do. Please help.

I'm trying to apply for apprenticeships/jobs. I don't know what to do if they ask about my certificates because my school never ended up giving it.
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So 2019 - 2020 I was taking my GCSE's but the exams had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 and the schools ended up just giving up our predicted grades as GCSE(?) grades.

For anyone else who was in this situation, did your schools give hard-back certificates? My school ended up giving me provisional results and not an actual certificate and I don't know what to do. Please help.

I'm trying to apply for apprenticeships/jobs. I don't know what to do if they ask about my certificates because my school never ended up giving it.
They could ring up your school and they should verify you did do your GCSE's and the grades are correct. OR another option is that you could ring up your school asking if you could get your certificate off them.
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So 2019 - 2020 I was taking my GCSE's but the exams had to be cancelled due to COVID-19 and the schools ended up just giving up our predicted grades as GCSE(?) grades.

For anyone else who was in this situation, did your schools give hard-back certificates? My school ended up giving me provisional results and not an actual certificate and I don't know what to do. Please help.

I'm trying to apply for apprenticeships/jobs. I don't know what to do if they ask about my certificates because my school never ended up giving it.
You need to go to your school to actually collect the certificates. They do exist and they are stored at your school. They are legally required to keep them for a couple months but I'm not sure how long exactly so I'd hurry up. They can't send them by mail so you will have to go collect them in person (and you can't have anyone else pick it up cause you need to sign a declaration you got them).
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