Hi, so I am from the UK, and we do a levels at school. I had four A levels at A grade (pretty average, hard workers can get A*) and an A at AS physics but my overall A level in Physics was B (I fast tracked the 2 year course in one during my gap year after school). I only needed Bio, Chem and Maths at A for uni so didn't bother studying for Physics that much. Now I regret so much for getting that B, it's always in the back of my head. So I took a GRE Physics subject test which is not even used that much in the UK and probably recognised even less so my employers. I got the highest score though. Do you think I can mention this in my resume or LinkedIn. I have only "cashed in" my AS Physics grade so nobody knows I actually have a B but still I want to prove to the world that I am capable of doing well at Physics. Do you think GRE Physics test can be used a qualification to show to employers? Thanks and please be nice about the B.