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    hi there
    i am planning to apply for BDS dentistry course but I didn't have gcse or A level in Science. So I am going to take GCSE science course. Can you please tell me how many subjects should i take with 3 science? what kind of preparation do i need to get A grades in GCSE science?
    currently i am studying in MSc dental technology at sheffield university. i also completed BSc dental technology from Cardiff.
    should i need to take 2 years GCSE or 1 year is sufficient?
    I will be really grateful if you guys provide me some good suggestions.
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    take triple science, tbh the only thing you'll need are past papers. that's how i got my A/A* in it. i say if you're just going to take triple science and nothing else then 1 year should be enough.
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    take triple science, tbh the only thing you'll need are past papers. that's how i got my A/A* in it. i say if you're just going to take triple science and nothing else then 1 year should be enough.
    Hi there,
    Thank you very much mate. Can you tell me a bit about triple science ? Is a combination of 3 subjects or 3 different subjects ?
    Thanks again
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    (Original post by Sha31)
    Hi there,
    Thank you very much mate. Can you tell me a bit about triple science ? Is a combination of 3 subjects or 3 different subjects ?
    Thanks again
    it's 3 different subjects, you'll get a GCSE in bio, chem, phy separately
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    it's 3 different subjects, you'll get a GCSE in bio, chem, phy separately
    Thanks mate
    Do you think i should take maths and English with science ? I am an international student so i don't have uk GCSE or A level. And my gcse is not counting as equivalent to uk! Some universities require GCSE scince including math and English for BDS dentistry course. I search some colleges online, didn't find any full time GCSE. I can only apply for part time. Do you have any good idea for me please?
    Oh can you tell me how to collecet gcse past papers? Or is there any good preparation guide to buy?
    Thanks again
 
 
 
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