I did 9 but I did one last year too
11 in total, 1 of those was taken early (English).
I did 14; went to one of those state schools were all the management team care about is results. Everyone in my year had to do at least 11 or 12, but some of us were encouraged/pressured into taking more. I expect that A-levels will be a walkover in comparison, but who am I kidding
I already got an 'A' at a level last week (before I even get my GCSE results). And I'm tellin' ya: One A Level is like 5 GCSEs. That's all I have to say!
12 but what the hell is half a gcse?? our school sure didnt do em
It's if a school doesn't have enough timetable space for the whole GCSE, or if they can't be bothered to hire a teacher full time.
My school had both those reasons, I did two short course GCSEs (RS and ICT)
I did 12. the more and more i think about it i wish i did less because all it means is more subjects you can fail..AHHHHHHHHHH will these results ever come
They will come, just wait. I did 12 as well, everything will be fine, you'll see.
I will have 11 + ECDL qualification equivalent to gcse grade 'b'
Maths early got an A
Started AS module in decision maths 1
Im in year 10 at the moment
I was only allowed to do 9