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    Hi i need to take two GCSE's in July this year and only need a C in both. What are the easiet exams to take that don't require assessments and are purely exams which are easy to revise for.

    I know there is not much time left but i am planning on doing 2 hours of study per night to get it done.
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    (Original post by acerimmer)
    Hi i need to take two GCSE's in July this year and only need a C in both. What are the easiet exams to take that don't require assessments and are purely exams which are easy to revise for.

    I know there is not much time left but i am planning on doing 2 hours of study per night to get it done.
    I didn't think there were any exams in July, maybe you mean may or June?

    Easy subjects that come to mind are psychology,sociology and religious studies
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    I think most other subjects require at least some work but if you are someone who is aware of religious texts like growing up or are religious yourself, RE should definitely be one. At GCSE it requires like zero effort, if you have opinions of your own, RE should be easy.
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    What about Business Studies? Have you thought about doing short courses?
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    Hi need to do the full course GCSE as i need 2 C's to go onto what i want to do
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    Have seen the AQA general studies which seems like comman sense so may give that a go
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    (Original post by acerimmer)
    Hi need to do the full course GCSE as i need 2 C's to go onto what i want to do
    do maths, it's easy AF
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    AQA RS is 100% exam and isn't too bad as long as you learn the religious teachings.
    Business studies is pretty easy but on OCR there's coursework. There might be an exam board that doesn't?
    Can it be a GCSE equivalent?
    If so then take ECDL which is basic computer skills (eg word, powerpoint etc) and a really easy exam at the end of each unit (4 units). That can be done at any time of the year and will probably take you about 2 weeks or so to learn/refresh the content then take the exam (total not per unit).
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    already got maths thanks, no it has to be gcse and think i will go with RE and general studies
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    Oh the other one that's simple of course is citizenship. You literally have to know the key words and how to answer a 12 mark question. Again there's coursework for it but the coursework is easy and you can easily write about events which haven't actually happened specifically for your coursework but would have happened anyway.
 
 
 
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