I did pretty well in my other GCSEs
I got 9 A*-C but I got a D in chemistry. Mostly because I wasn't interested in it and my teacher wasn't very helpful.
anyway I'm in no way interested in having chemistry as an A level or a career
later on. I'm more into maths and physics.
If i got an A in physics and a C in biology and an A in maths. Does it really matter i got a D in chemistry. Should i resit it?
Will unis look down on it?
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is a C is GCSE Chemistry compulsory? watch
- Thread Starter
- 07-11-2016 01:57
- 07-11-2016 14:00
No it is not, some people do not even have any science GCSEs as it is possible to drop GCSEs (only crappy schools allow you to do this though).
However if you would like a future career such as dentistry or Engineering they prefer at least a pass. Search for your uni entry requirements.