blood test lab report for UCL Watch

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hey i've done the blood test for UCL, but the only lab report i got was the screen captures printed off my GP's computer, not a proper lab report, can anyone tell me if it's acceptable? if not, how to obtain a proper lab report as my GP clearly did not have it.
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No, it will (probably) not be acceptable. You will need the paper results sheets or certified copies of them.
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get your gp to phone the lab.
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Apologies for bringing this up again, but I'm much the same. I have a lab report which is like a printed sheet saying whether I had the antibodies or not. It says "lab report" on it and has the report ID and stuff, I don't know whether this is certified or not.
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(Original post by Jessaay!)
Apologies for bringing this up again, but I'm much the same. I have a lab report which is like a printed sheet saying whether I had the antibodies or not. It says "lab report" on it and has the report ID and stuff, I don't know whether this is certified or not.
If it came direct from the lab then I think it's fine. The lab mailed mine to my GP because apparently it was a non-standard test and so it wasn't possible to put it on the computer.

I just have the sheet from the lab with the antibody results on it, and my GP put his stamp on it. I'm hoping this is enough because otherwise I'm gonna have to go to London to get it done by UCH.
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I had a printed lab report form, most people did.

We were all retested in the first semester.
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Just tell them thats what you were given, the OH - now at the Free, will retest you anyway.
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I would say take it to your GP, get it stamped, signed and dated and then its fine
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I would say take it to your GP, get it stamped, signed and dated and then its fine
I had it stamped, should I go and get it signed and dated too? It costs £23 for things like that apparently, that's what they said when they put pen to paper and signed my health form :rolleyes:
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I had it stamped, should I go and get it signed and dated too? It costs £23 for things like that apparently, that's what they said when they put pen to paper and signed my health form
best to ask the admissions office that. I think it would be better to have it dated because if not they could say that the results were old. Signing probably isn't important. Retesting costs a lot. 100 pounds I think. You don't want that. As I said check with the admin people as they know what they want.
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best to ask the admissions office that. I think it would be better to have it dated because if not they could say that the results were old. Signing probably isn't important. Retesting costs a lot. 100 pounds I think. You don't want that. As I said check with the admin people as they know what they want.
Retesting costs nothing actually. Or maybe I'm special. Or maybe this new OH will be mean.
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Retesting costs nothing actually. Or maybe I'm special. Or maybe this new OH will be mean.
yea. Like I said. I have no clue really. I didn't need retesting so becca could probably answer your questions better.
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I got my lab report in january, but one of the tests looks like the wrong one, it says hep B surface antibodies, not hep b surface antigens. Im quite sure its not a CPA approved test, as on the form they gave us it said theyd need photo ID, i didnt have to do any of that.
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I got my lab report in january, but one of the tests looks like the wrong one, it says hep B surface antibodies, not hep b surface antigens. Im quite sure its not a CPA approved test, as on the form they gave us it said theyd need photo ID, i didnt have to do any of that.
I think mine did antibodies and antigens, though I can't remember exactly. They also asked me for my passport as proof of ID because the centre I used was in the running for CPA approval. The Uni said it was fine and I wasn't retested. Check back with the Uni because it sound like you may need a few more tests done.
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yer, i have emailed them a photocopy of the report and asked if i need another one. All the other tests seem to be ok though. Il probably just go and get them all redone at the royal free travel clinic as it sugests.
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