Can I find out my GCSE results online?
Finding your results online is one potential solution. Depending on your school and the exam board responsible for the GCSE exams you took, there is a chance that you could find your GCSE results online. Whatever the case, reach out to your school to see if you can get your GCSE results this way.
How do I check my GCSE results from years ago?
contact your school where you took the exams, tell them the year you left school, and what subjects you took. They will be able to check which awarding bodies were used.
Can employers check GCSE results from 10 years ago?
In short, the answer to this question is yes, employers can (and probably will) check your GCSE results, especially if they suspect that you have lied about them to apply for a position with them.
What is a pass in GCSE 2014?
Overall, the A*-G pass rate has fallen, down from 98.8% in 2013 to 98.5% in 2014, making it the second year running that the rate has dropped. Anything from an A*- G grade means a GCSE pass but the grades that often get most attention are A*-C.
How long do GCSEs stay on record?
In short, GCSEs are valid and held on record for life. Schools are required to keep GCSE certificates for at least 12 months after having received them from the exam boards – they may or may not decide to keep the results after this period is over.
Do employers look at GCSE?
Employers are most likely to rely on GCSE grades to determine whether applicants have a minimum level of subject knowledge, with slightly fewer relying on them to indicate a certain level of ability. GCSE grades are viewed as a good indicator of this. A good attitude to work is something that many employers look for.
How do I find out results of years ago?
You need to state which exams you took, the exam board that issued the original certificate, and the year you took the exams. If you have no idea where to start, you could: contact your school where you took the exams, tell them the year you left school, and what subjects you took.
How far back can GCSE results be checked?
They may keep the results stored on a computer database for far longer than 12 months.
Can I lie about GCSE results on CV?
In short, yes. CV lies are illegal. Making changes like inflating your university grades or changing previous job titles may seem small, but they can be classed as ‘fraud by false representation’, which carries a maximum 10-year jail sentence.