(I can't search through as I'm using my netbook in Mcd's as no internet at home so trying to rush) Anyway's... I had my Recruit Test today, I "was" going for the Warfare Communications Technician role. I was told that I didn't pass high enough for that and told I could go for the CIS role. This isn't exactly what I had in mind naturally. Anyway's on the way home I got thinking... I'd taken the test at short notice with no practice as didn't have the net at home, I was supposed to be doing it 12/04 but got on a cancellation instead because of this I had not had time to get my GCSE certs out of storage where they currently reside thus I hadn't handed them in and I'd completely blanked in telling them this with the nerves of knowing that I wasn't as prepared as I'd have liked. Now I know I'm most likely clutching at straws here and have pretty much resided to the fact that I just didn't do well enough on the RT but I was just wondering what difference would not handing my Certs in have when they were considering what I was or wasn't suitable for? As obviously some require qualifications whilst others don't... Should I ring them?