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    Im in year 9 and i got my options form and i want to become a pharmacist but i dont know which GCSE' S to choose from and what grades do i need.
    please help me!
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    As long as you have the sciences (preferably above BTEC level), English language/literature and maths, and you achieve a grade B minimum in those subjects, you pretty much meet the GCSE requirements for the majority, if not all, unis and it doesn't really matter what options you choose I would, however, recommend that you pick subjects which you know you do will well in or enjoy. Your A-Level grades/subject choices will matter a lot more when you apply for uni

    (Original post by Abadullah)
    Im in year 9 and i got my options form and i want to become a pharmacist but i dont know which GCSE' S to choose from and what grades do i need.
    please help me!
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    (Original post by goldenshades)
    as long as you have the sciences (preferably above btec level), english language/literature and maths, and you achieve a grade b minimum in those subjects, you pretty much meet the gcse requirements for the majority, if not all, unis and it doesn't really matter what options you choose i would, however, recommend that you pick subjects which you know you do will well in or enjoy. Your a-levels will matter a lot more when you apply for uni
    thank you what if u get lower like c
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    (Original post by Abadullah)
    thank you what if u get lower like c
    um then you can't do the subject at A level at many 6th forms, you'd have to probably go to college and then you'll probably struggle i mean if you can't handle it at GCSE you can't handle it at A-level right?

    Just work hard and you'll get A*s GCSEs are easy
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    Also I think you need a B in eng lang, a B in maths and a B in sciences minimum for uni but not completely sure on that
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    (Original post by z33)
    um then you can't do the subject at A level at many 6th forms, you'd have to probably go to college and then you'll probably struggle i mean if you can't handle it at GCSE you can't handle it at A-level right?

    Just work hard and you'll get A*s GCSEs are easy
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    hiya i am in year 9 and i want to become a pharmacist but i dont know which subjects i choose gor my gcse so plz can u help me here because i am really struggling here so can u plz help me thanks you many regards mehmoona x
 
 
 
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