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    Hey guys:I am an oversea student about to study GCSE in the UK. The combined science course consists of three subjects for two credits. Is the duration for this course normally two school years? If so, will the exams be taken at the end of the two-year duration? Thanks.
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    2 years, 1 year is core - modules 1 and 2. The second year is modules 3 and 4. In my school exams are taken after each year
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    (Original post by feicobain)
    Hey guys:I am an oversea student about to study GCSE in the UK. The combined science course consists of three subjects for two credits. Is the duration for this course normally two school years? If so, will the exams be taken at the end of the two-year duration? Thanks.
    Yes. Core Science in the first year and Additional Science in the second year.
 
 
 
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