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    So im about to do my final GCSE exams next year, what are the key subjects i need to focus on to actually get that degree i need and what are the minimum requirements in terms of grades.

    Degree in information and technology.

    My option for my GCSEs are

    ICT
    Media studies
    Spanish

    And the other normal subjects such as maths,science, English etc. in doing foundation for maths so the highest i can get is a 5, but i'll most likely get a 4.
    For ICT my boundary is 6 but i know i'm capable to reach more than that, like a 7-8.

    And also what A levels should i take to peruse a degree in information and technology. I thought of maths but to take that i need an A in my GCSE but that's impossible because i have to do foundation for the test.

    In my opinion i thought if taking Business studies, Economics and ICT for A-levels.

    Please give me some ideas or suggestions for my career path.

    Thanks
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    So im about to do my final GCSE exams next year, what are the key subjects i need to focus on to actually get that degree i need and what are the minimum requirements in terms of grades.

    Degree in information and technology.

    My option for my GCSEs are

    ICT
    Media studies
    Spanish

    And the other normal subjects such as maths,science, English etc. in doing foundation for maths so the highest i can get is a 5, but i'll most likely get a 4.
    For ICT my boundary is 6 but i know i'm capable to reach more than that, like a 7-8.

    And also what A levels should i take to peruse a degree in information and technology. I thought of maths but to take that i need an A in my GCSE but that's impossible because i have to do foundation for the test.

    In my opinion i thought if taking Business studies, Economics and ICT for A-levels.

    Please give me some ideas or suggestions for my career path.

    Thanks
    If I were you I would look at the entry requirements for the degree you wish to study on a few university websites, as this will help you to chose your A-levels. This may help you to decide which GCSEs you want to focus more on (the ones you need to get onto the A-level course you want to do), however I would strongly suggest that you make sure you focus thoroughly on all of your GCSEs!
 
 
 
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