What GCSE grades will i need to become either a pharmacist or a nurse?Watch
Hope this helps.
I don't think health and social is a good idea at all
and as above - triple science would be great, but I think double is okay, and try an get C and above in everything escecially B and above in sciences maths and english.
My little sister is in Year 9 and she's going to be deciding her options soon too, I know that a lot of people say GCSE's mean little compared to A levels but because you're thinking things through one step at a time right now and not jumping from Yr 9 to Uni then you need to ensure you get a place on your desired A level courses, and they also have entry requirements. Sometimes if you know the teachers (especially for the sixth form attached to your school) they will let you on to, I dunno maybe Chem with a Grade C but that won't help you, you need to have a really good understanding of your GCSE subjects to be able to even cope with A levels so just make sure you don't take GCSE's too lightly!
I am currently in year 9 and we're soon going to choose our options, i am thinking of becoming a pharmacist or a nurse if you have some information please could you inform me. thanks
btw I know that lots of universities allow applicants to apply if they only do additional science rather than triple, but the fact is tht it is better for you to do triple especially if u wanna do science A-levels as you have a deeper understanding of the topic.
I want to do medicine, in year 10 I chose economics and for yr 11 I am doing history (we only got 2 options cuz we have to do geography, french, triple science, RE and english literature)...
anyways good luck!!