Help I can't get a doctor's note?

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Help I can't get a doctor's note?

Hello everyone

I have a problem. I couldn't take one of my final exams on Tuesday to pass the training. I was sick and felt like I couldn't move because of my bowels. I then went to see the doctor for an appointment, but the next available appointment isn't for another 3 weeks. The next day I went to an emergency room and they told me they couldn't give me a doctor's certificate retroactively. Seriously, because of a day??? The last option I can think of is to fake it. However, the chance of it being noticed is very high and has consequences. But what else is left for me??? Do any of you have an idea?

I will fail my training if I don't bring a doctor's certificate.



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No, I didn't know about this retroactively. My family doctor has often given me a doctor's certificate retroactivelygiven.



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It's too late now. You should have simply gone to any general practitioner's practice the next day; they can also give you a sick note retroactively for one day.

You won't be able to forge an AU certificate.



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He/she/it went somewhere the next day. They just didn't believe it...



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I just have to fake the date, I can do it. I think the problem will be when they call the doctor and check.



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I work in the human resources office and deal with AU certificates every day. Believe me, I would notice that immediately.



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What are you paying attention to? I'll be honest, if I can't get a doctor's note anymore I'll probably try.



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Jesus Christ, sheYou can see it at first glance! How stupid do you actually think your fellow human beings are? I'm definitely not going to give you any tips on what to look out for when counterfeiting.



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Forget it. Since the beginning of the year, real AUs have been sent digitally to the cash registers, so faking a piece of paper doesn't help.



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I live in Switzerland



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Well, a "note" would have to go to the chamber or guild... they don't get the eAUs...



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That would be forgery and a criminal offense. Leave it!



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Then you are committing a criminal offense and you will also be excluded from all further exams



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No reputable doctor will issue you a certificate retroactively for this period. Showing up with a fake certificate is even worse, because ist forgery and you will most likely be thrown out straight away.

How about learning?



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Huh? I've learned but since that shitty covid vaccination I've been sick quite often



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You don't just have to learn, you have to be able to do it. Sick or not. Covid has affected us all. If you are sick, you get a certificate without delay. If not, it's something else besides the illness.



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How do you know if I could do it or not? This is about a doctor's certificate and not about learning



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I can hear the message, alone, I lack faith.



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You would have had to go to the emergency room or just go to the practice without an appointment. There is no retroactive sick note. And diarrhea on the exam due to excitementI always had an appointment. And I went anyway.



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You should have gone to an acute consultation on Tuesday or kept calling general practitioners until someone said "Come over."

Now it's just getting difficult. Doctors can certainly issue an AU certificate retroactively, but they are not obliged to do so. It's also difficult for them to certify something that they cannot verify. Try your doctor today. If they have known you for a long time (and you don't have something like that often), they are usually more accommodating. Otherwise you're probably out of luck.



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Should I go or call? Because if I called, there might be a higher chance that they would reject me.



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Then you already have your answer -> off to the consultation hours.



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Thanksfor your answers. Are the most helpful!



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You are not allowed to issue a certificate for the final examination retroactively. Normally you even have to go to the doctor for something like this



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You don't need just any "doctor's certificate", but a certificate stating that you are unable to take the exam on May 16th. Naturally, an inability to take an exam cannot be certified retroactively, but must be diagnosed by a doctor at the latest at the time of the exam. Since you didn't go to the doctor on Tuesday morning, you won't receive a retroactive certificate of inability to take an exam.

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