Educational qualifications

#1
thinking of joining the t.a and it says you have to take your educational qualifications, i can't find mine is there anyway my old school can make coppies or any other way i can get them. thanks :)
 

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#3
See this thread - http://www.arrse.co.uk/just-ta/169746-ta-exam-grade-documentation.html

You'll need to speak to the exam board but I should hope your school can point you in the right direction. There is a cost invovled though, and its worth speaking your recruiter to see whether you are required to provide the certificates and if its actually worth paying for them.

Edited to Add - Beaten to it! Dammit I'm too slow on the search.....
 
#4
You need to contact the examination board that ran your exams, you old school should be able to help.
See this thread - http://www.arrse.co.uk/just-ta/169746-ta-exam-grade-documentation.html

You'll need to speak to the exam board but I should hope your school can point you in the right direction. There is a cost invovled though, and its worth speaking your recruiter to see whether you are required to provide the certificates and if its actually worth paying for them.

Edited to Add - Beaten to it! Dammit I'm too slow on the search.....
Thanks for the replies, i'll give my old school a ring later see uf they can do anything or tell me which board ran them.

also when i do i'm going to apply to be a driver for the RLC or maybe infantry. both say no qualifications requiered but i'm guessing it's best to take them anyway.

thanks again.
 
#7
And an F in English Language? If you're joining as a private soldier in an unskilled trade i doubt you will be required to show proof of exam results.

Edited to add:

Worth checking whether or not they are required because they may well cost you in excess of £20 per certificate.
 
#10
And an F in English Language? If you're joining as a private soldier in an unskilled trade i doubt you will be required to show proof of exam results.

Edited to add:

Worth checking whether or not they are required because they may well cost you in excess of £20 per certificate.
not sure, that might of been c aswell. and will ask that then, thanks :)
 

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