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Need to pick your brains (no not that hungry...!)

#1
Hi all ;)

Many things are changing for me and one of the things I'm looking at changing as well as myself is my job (I've been unhappy for years, but being big - I've always thought that people would judge me on my size not on my skills - in fact I've even gone as far as being shortlisted - got ready for the interview and looked in the mirror - hated everything I've seen - suit fine over my wobbly bits, hair fine frames my fat face, make up fine, highlights the fat bits.......it goes on believe me :( - and then phoned them to say I'm not going - even got as far as the car park once before ringing to say I couldn't attend :eek:) - cried heaps after - moaning how I would of loved the job etc....

Anyway - this time I'm gonna do it! But one thing - exam results - it's been so long since I actually applied for a job, I've forgotten what they are (me thinks on the last two I applied for I made them up...:eek: ) - does anyone know how you go about obtaining a copy of them? I left school in 1985 and did C.S.E exams when I was there - I would love to be able to put them down correctly this time (see no more cheating for me :p ) - as well as all the certificates I've achieved through work :)

Any help very much appreciated xx
 
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nadhak

LIGHTER LIFE FOR LIFE
#2
love the title of your post - Brilliant bet you got a whole lot "A" grades!!
I think that you can apply to the examination board - if you cannot remember which flavour you took then ask the school you attended [mine was joint matriculation Board if that jogs any memories?]
good luck
 

Shrinking Nicky

Cambridge Diet Counsellor
#3
Just try your old school - I bet they have the info stashed somewhere!

Well done on deciding to change your job - I believe you spend so much time at work you should be happy & enjoy what you do.

Nicky
 


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