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I take electronics at gcse, what job opportunities does it offer, and is it a good choice
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Electronics GCSE doesn't really give you much in the way of job opportunities. However, if you go on to study Maths and Physics at A-level, then a degree in electronics, the future is pretty bright!

Good luck!
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GCSEs dont really create job opportunities

However it will give you a grounding knowledge to take the subject further, as some one else suggested you could go to college and study Maths, Physics and Electronics, or a BTEC in Electronic and Electrical Engineering and then go onto study it at university and then become and electronic engineer, alternatively it would probably give you a decent enough foundation to really excell in an apprenticeship
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Taking my Electronics (AQA) exam at the end of the year and have rubbish teachers. Do you have any tips when it comes to revision.
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