Do you have to do Geography or History for GCSE Watch

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I'm wondering if I need to do either of those for gcse, cause I wanted to do Geography for GCSE, but it doesn't go with the subjects I chosen..So I'm wondering if I could skip Geography for GCSE and do it in my A Levels..
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don't worry about subjects not going together at all- it honestly doesn't matter. If you love geography enough that you know that you want to do it for A level, then efinitely do it for GCSE.

At most schools, you are requried to have taken the GCSE of the subjects you wish to continue to A Level..
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There is a big leap between geography gcse and geography a level. Also I'm not sure but wouldn't you need geography gcse to do geography a level? What other gcse subjects have you chosen?
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I strongly recommend you do GCSE geography if you know you want to do it at A-Level.
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(Original post by josephxtad)
I'm wondering if I need to do either of those for gcse, cause I wanted to do Geography for GCSE, but it doesn't go with the subjects I chosen..So I'm wondering if I could skip Geography for GCSE and do it in my A Levels..
What do you mean "go together"? No-one cares what you take at GCSE provided it facilitates your A-level choices, and you do well. I'd imagine that most sixth forms would require GCSE Geography to take it A-level.
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