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Hi Everyone

I'm a TESOL teacher I'm going through the laborious process of getting my English degree equalized in Abu Dhabi. I have all of the relevant documentation in place (attested degree, ID Docs, etc)

It turns out I have to present my GCSEs. Only problem is that my results for these exams were awful (if I remember correctly, I got four, all D and below, and one of them was a U!). I went on to get good grades at A level and other qualifications. But I'm worried that if the MOE see how poor my results were they could reject my equivalency.

Actually, they haven't asked specifically for my GCSEs, they asked for my "High School" exam results. As "High School" doesn't exist in the UK, could this be taken to mean college?

How much of a risk is this?

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