When were the new GCSEs introduced?

When were the new GCSEs introduced?

Reforms to GCSEs were introduced in 2015, with the first cohorts taking the new exams in 2017 and 2018 across a range of subjects.

What were GCSEs called in the 60s?

The Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) was a qualification offered from 1965 until the introduction of the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) in 1986. You can find out more information about CSEs below.

In which year did GCSE start taught in schools instead of O levels?


What were GCSEs called in the 70s?

General Certificate of Secondary Education

Can you buy fake GCSE certificates?

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Can colleges check your GCSE results?

Colleges certainly do. As already stated in other answers, because the exam boards are national, they can communicate the results directly to the Universities (and the colleges too…) and that is usually authentication enough.

Do companies verify A-levels?

And yes, they can and do check. They do. Many will ask you to bring your certificates to your interview, or at the very least the slip that confirms your grades. This particularly applies where specific qualifications were mentioned in the job specification.

What should you not put on a CV?

So here they are, 10 things not to do on your CV:

  1. Providing irrelevant personal information.
  2. Burying important information.
  3. Spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors.
  4. Unexplained gaps in employment.
  5. Lying or misleading information.
  6. Adding references to your CV.
  7. A long, waffly CV.
  8. Badly formatted CV.

Should I list all my GCSEs on CV?

If you have a large number of GCSEs, list the amount and the grades you got rather than each individual subject (e.g. 11 GCSEs A-C). This saves space and makes your CV clearer and easier to read. Work experience should also come secondary to education at this stage.

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