Hi! This is my first post, as I made an account especially to ask this question! I'm totally confused!
When picking my GCSE's, I chose to do Double science instead of Triple science. However, I am good at science and rarely had to resist, so my school opted me in to do the triple exams. Because of this, I have done all the triple exams, (C,B,P,1,2,3) but I didn't choose this!
I have applied to Sixth Form and wish to do Biology and Chemistry, but my ability to do this depends on me getting a B in both these subjects individually OR a B overall at Core and Aditional.
When I collect my results, will I get a Core, Additional and Extended GCSE, or a Biology, Chemistry and Physics GCSE?
Please help! This really affects my future at Sixth Form, so knowing this sooner rather than later is really important to me!
Thank you in advance! ������
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Last edited by Rachellaura2012; 17-08-2014 at 16:50.
- 17-08-2014 16:32
- 21-08-2014 19:54
If you are entered into triple, you'll get Biology, Chemistry and Physics GCSEs, which are brilliant for if you want to do science A levels. Generally you need grade Bs.
I'm with AQA, and that's how is works, but if you're with edexcel for example, then I'm not certain.
Good luck with your A levels!