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    So I'm doing triple science this year. When I get my gcse results how will it look on the paper? Will I get three separate grades as; Core science, additional science and further science or as Biology, Chemisty and physics. Or would I just get it as one result as triple science?
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    One paper 3 course results.
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    (Original post by Tobiq)
    One paper 3 course results.
    Oh I meant on results day, because I'm doing 9 science exams in total; 3 for physics, 3 for chemistry and 3 for biology.
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    (Original post by Georgie2412)
    So I'm doing triple science this year. When I get my gcse results how will it look on the paper? Will I get three separate grades as; Core science, additional science and further science or as Biology, Chemisty and physics. Or would I just get it as one result as triple science?
    What board are you on?


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    (Original post by ????????????????)
    What board are you on?


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    I said you get one paper... Stating your GCSE's in physics, biology and chemistry; seperate subjects.
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    (Original post by Georgie2412)
    So I'm doing triple science this year. When I get my gcse results how will it look on the paper? Will I get three separate grades as; Core science, additional science and further science or as Biology, Chemisty and physics. Or would I just get it as one result as triple science?
    If you're currently in year 11 and doing triple science then normally you would receive 3 separate GCSE's in Biology, Chemistry and Physics, but depending on your school they could just put core, additional and further, but this is unlikely. If you're currently in year 10 then idk because their GCSE's are different.
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    In my school, I only did double but some of my friends did triple. We did Edexcel, so it was grades as core and additional all rounded into one for double. For triple, it was all three papers put together (with the coursework) for one grade, so it showed Biology, Chemistry and Physics and the grade next to them.


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    (Original post by charlottelouise3)
    In my school, I only did double but some of my friends did triple. We did Edexcel, so it was grades as core and additional all rounded into one for double. For triple, it was all three papers put together (with the coursework) for one grade, so it showed Biology, Chemistry and Physics and the grade next to them.


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    Oh okay, thank you!!
 
 
 
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