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    Hi, I have to pick my GCSE's in a few weeks time and I have a basic idea of what I'm going to do. I'm just stuck on whether to choose geography or history.

    I enjoy both, but my friends in the year above me are saying they regret taking history as it is a lot of work and you have to remember everything!! But my dilemma is that my grades in geography have only just gone up this year, since I've got a different teacher.

    I think I'm predicted all B's for my GCSE's but I still can't decide which subject to choose because I've heard lots of different opinions. Sorry, for this being so long, I was just wondering if you guys could me some more detailed opinions.

    Oh, just thought I should mention, I'm not the strongest at maths, therefore not science either (physics especially) ! I'm more of a creative and sporty person - which is why I'm doing drama and art GCSE

    Thanks x
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    (Original post by emma5698)
    Hi, I have to pick my GCSE's in a few weeks time and I have a basic idea of what I'm going to do. I'm just stuck on whether to choose geography or history.

    I enjoy both, but my friends in the year above me are saying they regret taking history as it is a lot of work and you have to remember everything!! But my dilemma is that my grades in geography have only just gone up this year, since I've got a different teacher.

    I think I'm predicted all B's for my GCSE's but I still can't decide which subject to choose because I've heard lots of different opinions. Sorry, for this being so long, I was just wondering if you guys could me some more detailed opinions.

    Oh, just thought I should mention, I'm not the strongest at maths, therefore not science either (physics especially) ! I'm more of a creative and sporty person - which is why I'm doing drama and art GCSE

    Thanks x
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