How are you receiving your gcse results- online or in school

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Just the question above
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in school
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I’m going into school too
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Just the question above
I got mine last year but we had provisional results posted by mail and had to pick up the actual certificates from the school.
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I got mine last year but we had provisional results posted by mail and had to pick up the actual certificates from the school.
when did you receive your actual certificates?
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when did you receive your actual certificates?
Pretty sure they were available to be picked up from September but I only went to get them in May or June if I remember correctly.
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i see, thank u !
(Original post by Mara1680)
Pretty sure they were available to be picked up from September but I only went to get them in May or June if I remember correctly.
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I'm getting mine in school, which is what most schools in my borough are doing. But I guess it depends on the school
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