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Hi I'm David and this is my GCSE GYG.

In my GCSE's I am aiming for:
English Language = 8
English Literature = 6
Maths = 6
Biology = 6
Chemistry = 6
Physics = 6
Geography = 6
French = 6
Product Design = B

I'm hoping to go to sixth form and study:
- Sociology
- Religion, Ethics and Philosophy
- Ancient History (Classics)

After that I hope to go into teaching.

So yeah, I will be updating this whenever possible and will be working hard to get the grades I want
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What do you want to study at university?
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(Original post by bigheddave)
Hi I'm David and this is my GCSE GYG.

In my GCSE's I am aiming for:
English Language = 8
English Literature = 6
Maths = 6
Biology = 6
Chemistry = 6
Physics = 6
Geography = 6
French = 6
Product Design = B

I'm hoping to go to sixth form and study:
- Sociology
- Religion, Ethics and Philosophy
- Ancient History (Classics)

After that I hope to go into teaching.

So yeah, I will be updating this whenever possible and will be working hard to get the grades I want
Wondering if you can help in in English lang? please PM me thanks
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What do you want to study at university?
I’m not too sure yet as Im only in high school atm
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First you need to look at your A Level options and think about what kind of a career path they can lead you to. What university courses will take you on if you do take on these options. Then, what job you could get at the end of your university degree. Will it lead into a career which you will enjoy? Start thinking about this, if it comes to it you will be able to change your A Level choices on results day and/or during the first couple of weeks of year 12. A lot of consideration towards university applications must come with your A Level choices. It may seem a long time away, but I promise it’ll come around before you know it!
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While I’m not too sure on what I’m taking at uni I am sure that I want to become a teacher , I’m not entirely sure of the courses I need to do that
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forgive me, i’m new here but what actually is a GYG?
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forgive me, i’m new here but what actually is a GYG?
GYG stands for "grow your grades". The idea is that you write a blog documenting your attempt to getting better grades. Hope that helped
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