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Is it better to have a GCSE but at a low grade compared to not having at all. watch

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    Which is better?
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    How low? Probably best not to have it at all
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    as long as your above a c id say it worth it but anything lower id say int worth it, employers and secondary eduction dont care how close you were to the grade above unfortunatlely....
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    (Original post by British Jesus)
    Which is better?
    It depends on the subject and grade
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    you need atleast 5 Cs for sixthform. if any lower i would redo them, or go through college vocational courses that usually dont require gcse
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    It depends on too many things so a straight answer isn't really feasible. It depends on:
    • The grade achieved and the subject;
    • One's future plans;
    • Requirements for your plans;
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