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    (Original post by Hashshashin)
    If they let you, you'd have to do them at lunch/after school/out of school.
    o ryt ryt.

    @Sarky: 30 A*s?? Seriously??? That's bloody amazing!


    (Original post by mikeski)
    so then, if i went to my head o year and said, i wanna do another sumbject, and i think i cant handle it... how could i? my timetable is completly full! i dont think i could drop RE/RS or PE because they are on at the same time... (you no half of my yr go to re wehn the otha half go tope etc...).
    Usually, you would have to study for extra GCSEs either during lunchtimes or afterschool activities that your school would arrange. My school is a language college and they have loads of language learning classes at Lunchtime and after school.

    Why not do them when you do your A-levels? You'll have lots of free periods then so it might be easier. As I said, not ALL of your GCSEs have to be done at 16 -- did you see the TV programme where some parents did their GCSEs? They're in their 30s or so and they're doing GCSEs!

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