Would really appreciate some advice from people on this!
So I'm due to graduate this year with a predicted 2:1 in English Literature and Drama & Theatre Studies. I really want to apply for a PGCE in Primary English.
I currently have a Maths and English GCSE at a C as required but don't have the C in Science. I do however have a BTEC National Certificate in Applied Science. I have work experience working with children but unfortunately not within the last two years. At the moment, I have more experience working with college/university students.
I already have been through a lot medically and due to this I have had to repeat my GCSE's twice to get where I am today. I really would feel demoralised if I had to do them again for the third time.
Is there another way I can train to be a teacher without needing a C in Science? Or should I just bite the bullet, redo my GCSE's and experience, then apply for the 2018 PGCE entry? Hope this doesn't sound too depressive
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