koala_prime
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Hello,
I have studied in India until my completion of 8th grade and then moved to England. I'm currently in Yr 10 and I recently got to know that I may have to move back to India after finishing my GCSE. My question is, can I cope up with all the CBSE stuff after being exposed to the GCSE board as they teach in different ways? What do you guys think?
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holy **** dude. We are literally in the same boat. I did my GCSE's in England, moved back to India ( i was also here till 8th). Took up CBSE, commerce with maths, almost flunked 11th but started off well in 12th and I would advise you to really work on your maths if you are planning to take it up. Also, If you chose triple science for your GCSE's then I would recommend that you get into science (considering you really like physics). I'm guessing you are done with your GCSE's now, so try and get an admission into a school asap as you have a lot of catching up to do! CBSE is kinda hard taking into account our 'circumstances'. You may need a private tutor too depending on your condition in your chosen set of subjects. Hope I gave you an idea of what it would be like. Hit me up if you have any more questions.
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has anyone moved from Scotland to India after doing national 5 in Scotland ?
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Can you please let me know the admission procedure for gcse students in cbse 2 classes my son will be completing his gcse next year and want to move to India.
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