How important is GCSE Citizenship?Watch
It's not important but A grades never hurt you - do the best you can
and generally universities don't put that much importance on gcse's let alone silly ones like that
You can get an A just using common sense and an opinion. No revision required really - just be aware of the news?
I would, but for the coursework section (which is 60% of the final grade), we have to design 40 questionnaires and get them filled out. I got put in a lazy group: The questionnaires are due on friday (they also need to be filled in) but we haven't even made the questionnaire yet! The subject is a load of crap, to be honest.
ha just make the result up. no one will care.
As it's a short-course it doesn't really matter much if you do well in your others. It's worth doing well in though because it's one of the few GCSEs that's actually directly useful in the real world But from an employment/getting into sixth forms/unis perspective it doesn't really matter.
you will feel its effects for the rest of your life.
if you dont get an A unis will think - hey, this guy isnt a good citizen, hes definitely on the reject pile.
Nobody likes is, it's one of the most soul destroying lessons right up there with ICT and French, but it is a very easy A/A*.