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Hello, I have been offered Triple Science (only a few have been offered in the year) and I would like to choose this a GCSE option. However, I am interested into Computer Science, History and French and since my school has put me on the prestigious pathway I have to only choose 3 options (including one option from the EBACC) whereas the others have been put on the pathway that can choose 4 subjects. I would like to know how many of my choices does Triple Science count as so that I know which of the other options that I should dispose of.


P.S-- I have asked my teachers but each of the answers vary and some are unsure!
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Triple Science is three seperate GCSE's so I would say it would take up three of your choices.
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You get 3 GCSEs out of doing triple science. There's quite a lot of content to remember and the goes into A level a bit.
If you're not really interested in doing triple science and have a passion for another subject, do that, or you might regret
Also consider if doing triple science will benefit you more than doing the other subjects you want to do, for example, if you want to so a science at A level it will help, or if your future career choice is to do with science it will help too
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Triple Science is three seperate GCSE's so I would say it would take up three of your choices.
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He wasn't sure how many of his options triple science would have made up, therefore I thought he didn't know it was three separate GCSEs...
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nah it takes up one choice. the option slots basically mean how many lessons you will have timetabled for that option, there are already 4 or 5 lessons timetabled for science, so taking triple is one option as it just gives you 2 extra lessons.

no idea where everyone else has these dumb ideas from, of course science doesn't take up 3 options lmfao
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nah it takes up one choice. the option slots basically mean how many lessons you will have timetabled for that option, there are already 4 or 5 lessons timetabled for science, so taking triple is one option as it just gives you 2 extra lessons.

no idea where everyone else has these dumb ideas from, of course science doesn't take up 3 options lmfao
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triple science in my school doesn't take up any options it just replaces regular science.
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For me Triple science counted as 1 option


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(Original post by studentfeed)
Hello, I have been offered Triple Science (only a few have been offered in the year) and I would like to choose this a GCSE option. However, I am interested into Computer Science, History and French and since my school has put me on the prestigious pathway I have to only choose 3 options (including one option from the EBACC) whereas the others have been put on the pathway that can choose 4 subjects. I would like to know how many of my choices does Triple Science count as so that I know which of the other options that I should dispose of.


P.S-- I have asked my teachers but each of the answers vary and some are unsure!
Hi, I've recently chosen triple science as a GCSE. It only counts as one of your choices however, at the end of the course, you come out with 3 seperate GCSEs for Biology, Physics & Chemistry. I hope this is helpful!!
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GCSE Triple Science takes up one option but gives you three separate qualifications
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