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Yes i could have done english, but i do not meet the entry requirements,as i have only obtained 3 a-c gcse but i did get a C in GCSE...
If you only achieved 3 Cs at GCSE, I really wouldn't recommend an A-level. I wouldn't recommend A-levels to people who had got 10 Cs.
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Are you sure the same doesn't apply for maths? :confused:
it does, that is why i said im going to take a GCSE Higher maths, but now that you said it, a-level english is clearly more important for journalism.
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If you only achieved 3 Cs at GCSE, I really wouldn't recommend an A-level. I wouldn't recommend A-levels to people who had got 10 Cs.
yes well for one, i only did 5 gcses....my story is very long...i have never been to english school, just french as i am french..
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but you clearly could not have put any effort into what you want to do after your GCSE's. With 3 you are going to struggle. What BTEC are you doing? is that going to allow you to study journalism?
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but you clearly could not have put any effort into what you want to do after your GCSE's. With 3 you are going to struggle. What BTEC are you doing? is that going to allow you to study journalism?
i am doing BTEC in Media...if i got a C in english, and want to do a-levels, but can't because of the other grades, how could i go about doing english then ?
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i am doing BTEC in Media...if i got a C in english, and want to do a-levels, but can't because of the other grades, how could i go about doing english then ?
Why did you get a c in GCSE is what you have to think about. Was it due to your intelligence, or a case of extenuating circumstances. Would you be able to achieve a good grade in A Level?
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it does, that is why i said im going to take a GCSE Higher maths, but now that you said it, a-level english is clearly more important for journalism.
Oh your talking about GCSE higher maths? :confused:
I thought you meant an A level in maths?
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Why did you get a c in GCSE is what you have to think about. Was it due to your intelligence, or a case of extenuating circumstances. Would you be able to achieve a good grade in A Level?
honestly, i think it was the coursework, and in general this year i was not working to the best of my ability, this year i really really need to get my head in gear......but the think is, i can't do a-levels english, as i have not got 5 a-cs...so will i be able to do them one day or should i just scrap them ?
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