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im a yr 11 student that is going to start applying for jobs
when CVs say "education" can i put GCSE or equivalent eventhough i havent got my results yet
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Yeah I think thats fine, but you many have to explain to your employer what the situation is if they get back to you
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Yeah I think thats fine, but you many have to explain to your employer what the situation is if they get back to you
thank you ive completed my cv and i just put gcse or equivalent for my qualifications
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good luck!!
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Hi
im a yr 11 student that is going to start applying for jobs
when CVs say "education" can i put GCSE or equivalent eventhough i havent got my results yet
Hey,

I think since you’re awaiting your results, you can put GCSE or equivalent! If they ask what grades just put your predicted ones - and maybe even add a note that you’re awaiting your results to be extra clear.

Good luck for your results!

I hope this helps 😀
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Hey,

I think since you’re awaiting your results, you can put GCSE or equivalent! If they ask what grades just put your predicted ones - and maybe even add a note that you’re awaiting your results to be extra clear.

Good luck for your results!

I hope this helps 😀
Sara
Thank you x
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(Original post by Coventry University Student Ambassadors)
Hey,

I think since you’re awaiting your results, you can put GCSE or equivalent! If they ask what grades just put your predicted ones - and maybe even add a note that you’re awaiting your results to be extra clear.

Good luck for your results!

I hope this helps 😀
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Hi I had a similar question. For the GCSE part do I need to list every subject or can I just leave it as GCSE or equivalent in 10 GCSEs, including English, Maths and Science at grades 9-5
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Thank you x
Hi I had a similar question. For the GCSE part do I need to list every subject or can I just leave it as GCSE or equivalent in 10 GCSEs, including English, Maths and Science at grades 9-5
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