Teen Whose Dad Wrote Brutal CV Has Last Laugh With GCSE Results
A school girl who went viral due to a brutal CV made by her prankster dad has had the last laugh after getting her GCSE results.
Like thousands of other youngsters around the UK, Lauren Moore collected he results today - and unlike her dad's joke CV exam predictions, Lauren got the grades to get in to college.
On the CV it said Lauren would fail two exams and average at a level 2 or 1 in her other subjects.
Today the Rye Hills pupil, from Redcar, came away with five GCSEs - English Language, grade 4; English Literature, grade 4; Fine Art, grade 5; General Studies, grade C; and Maths at a grade 4.
She told the Sun: "I was scared I might not get onto my course. You need five GCSEs and I have only done six."
Lauren has dreams of becoming a nurse and in September she will be heading to Middlesbrough College to study Health and Social Care, the newspaper reports.
Earlier in the week her fake CV went viral, thanks to an unusual list of skills, achievements, qualifications and experiences, coined by Lauren's dad.
It listed 'responsibilities and duties' in her previous job as 'giving out all clients information to fraudsters', 'losing all documentation' and 'browsing Facebook'.
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However, he did say that she did do a rather good job of 'getting on her dad's tits', and 'fucking everything up'.
But it didn't look like a promising start to applying for a Saturday job.
Luckily Lauren saw the comical side of her dad's humour and posted a picture of the CV on Twitted with the comment: "Remind me not to let my dad do my CV for me."
Lauren told the Sun: "I asked my dad for help and he surprised me with that CV. I found it funny, we get on really well and we're really close.
"He is just sarcastic, I was looking for just a small job and asked for some help.
"All my friends thought it was funny, they all think my dad's weird."
Thanks to her dad's shining CV, she said she probably won't turn to him in the future for help.
She added: "I'm probably not going to ask him to help with job applications in the future but it did make me feel better about my results because they weren't as bad as my CV."
Her dad Ian, 53, who works at Co Op Funeral Care, declined to comment on his daughter's GCSE results.
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