Can I fake my GCSE results?

Can I fake my GCSE results?

If you’re asking if you should use fake exam certificates, don’t bother. Your college or institution will just search your UCI, and then the qualification that is on your certificate won’t show up on the database. Then they’ll probably reject your application. And, legally speaking, it is fraud.

How can I prove my GCSE?

You can apply for a ‘Certified Statement of Results’, which is an official document that lists the subjects you took, the year they were taken, and the grades you achieved. You can ask for a confirmation letter to be sent to the person/organisation that requested evidence.

Do I need my GCSE certificates?

In short, yes, you will need your GCSE certificates after you leave school. In the months after your exam, you may not necessarily need them as much, depending on what your next steps after secondary school are.

What happens if you lie on your UCAS application?

When you are found to be lying on your application, then UCAS will most likely stop you from applying to your chosen college or university, and they may even prevent you from applying through them for years to come.

Can I buy GCSE certificates?

You cannot get a replacement certificate for an O level, CSE, GCSE or A level – your exam board will send you a ‘certified statement of results’ instead. You can use this in place of your exam certificate, for example for a university application.

What do you do if you don’t have GCSE certificates?

Contact an exam board to get a replacement exam certificate or certified statement of results. You cannot get a replacement certificate for an O level, CSE, GCSE or A level – your exam board will send you a ‘certified statement of results’ instead.

What happens if I don’t have my GCSE certificates?

How do UCAS check GCSE results?

The first line “We match your qualifications to the results received from the awarding bodies” = they check your GCSEs. The other qualifications would include such things as Open Univeristy credits which they do not have access to and are therefore the responsbility of the student to pass onto the Institutions.

Do universities check your grades?

The majority of universities will only look at your A-level grades and your application when considering whether or not to accept you – meaning they will probably take a look at what extra-curricular activities you took part in.

Do employers check GCSE qualifications?

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.