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Hey guys. So i'm doing my IGCSE's this May/June and i need to decide the subjects that i will apply maximum by next month. I have decided everything except the sciences. I don't want to take a science and then it will be hard for me. I need only two sciences so which ones do you think i should take?
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Why don't you take double award science? You'll still study all 3 sciences but you won't have to study any of them to the level you would if you were doing separate sciences.
The specification is like this on CIE
http://www.cie.org.uk/programmes-and...d-double-0654/


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Do they have the same syllabus as each seperate science?
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Which exam board are you thinking of? On most normal GCSEs yes, but without having to study the last unit; I don't know how it is for IGCSE.


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