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what GCSE do you need to become a property developer Watch

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    i want to become a property developer when i am older, but i am not sure what GCSE i need to take. i know some of the requirements like English and mathematics, but before i take my options at the end of this year i need to know the requirement for being a property developer.
    if you can respond to this question it would be helpful.
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    GCSEs don’t really matter in terms of that, it’s more alevel choices which are more significant
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    (Original post by j_chis)
    i want to become a property developer when i am older, but i am not sure what GCSE i need to take. i know some of the requirements like English and mathematics, but before i take my options at the end of this year i need to know the requirement for being a property developer.
    if you can respond to this question it would be helpful.
    For a property developer - apart from the English and Maths, essential to get grade C's for pretty much any decent career - then I would recommend you study Business Studies or something similar to that at GSCE level. Business is the main subject area you want to be looking at, possibly geography as well, that would look good.
 
 
 
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