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Can someone help me calculate how many GCSEs I have? watch

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    Hey guys,

    I left high school in 2011 and will be leaving college later this year to go to University, and I'm wondering how many GCSEs exactly I have. I know what subjects I did, and what grades I got, but I'm sure some subjects were worth 2 GCSEs and some were worth 1 (I did Science BTEC which I recall being worth 4). Is there any way I can find out how many GCSEs I have?

    If the GCSE was worth 2 grades then it will be shown as CC, DD, AA etc. BTECs although may be equivalent to GCSE it still isn't a GCSE. You can see how many GCSEs it is equivalent to by going on the UCAS website and looking at the tariff.
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