Do you have to put a level grades on your CV?
There’s no need to list all your GCSE grades and subjects individually. Instead, just say ’10 GCSEs grade A*-C’. Your recruiter won’t care what grade you got in English GCSE if you’ve got more relevant experience.
Do employers look at degree classification?
Technically, unless they specifically ask, you’re not legally required to inform potential employers what degree classification you got. On your CV you can just write BA (Hons) in English or BSc (Hons) in Psychology. Lying on your CV is not the way forward. It’s only going to make you look bad if an employer checks.
How much education history should be on a CV?
More than 15 years of experience Your most relevant experience should be from the past 15 years, so hiring managers only need to see that, Augustine says. On the same note, never include dates on education and certifications that are older than 15 years.
Do companies check your A level results?
Universities, annually get copies of the exam results which are kept on file in the registry. They can also double-check info directly with the exam boards. Employers are directed to the registry as well & they confirm the degree & its level.
Do employers care about university grades?
Grades are not everything. That’s why smart employers look beyond a student’s GPA. They want evidence of internships, student associations, part-time jobs and other extra-curricular activities that show a well-rounded graduate. Now the blowtorch is on the value of university grades.