I have to do GCSE this year at college but I don't which once would be most useful, I've got a choice of Accounting, biology, English, French, german, Italian, Law, Maths, Psychology, sociogy, spainish.
My GCSE- 3c 4d 3e
English, Mathematics and Biology if you can.
English, Maths and preferably a Modern Language.
There was no choice to do Language at my school.
How many GCSEs do you need to pick? I'm guessing 2 because if you already have 3 Cs, you only need 2 more to do A-levels. What are your Cs in? You definitely need English and maths if you don't have Cs in them already. Otherwise, the languages and biology are the most useful.
As has already been said by the previous poster, English and Maths are essential for most University courses or employment if that's the route you're looking to take. Science GCSE is a core subject, so that would be useful. Having said that, it is becoming increasingly useful to have a GCSE in a foreign Language now that the Government has decided to no longer make it compuldsary for students to study Languages after the age of 14.
I would probably go for Maths, English, then Biology (not just because I really enjoy it) and then probably a Language. If you have a specific careeer in mind then perhaps tailor your courses to specific entry requirements. You could also seek advice from the Careers Advisors at your College.
There's your answer. Take English and Maths. No offence but you won't get very far with E's in them.
If you know that, why start this thread?