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    So, I am currently in year 9 and I was hoping if I could get advice on how to succeed in my GCSE's. I know it is time away but I prefer to be prepared and have good knowledge. If anyone has already done their GSCE's or are close to doing them, can I have advice on how to be prepared for them? Also, in order to become a Laywer, what 2 other subjects are needed other than History, Science, Maths and English? Is becoming a laywer easy or hard? And what exams are needed to be done during Uni? Thankyou.
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    (Original post by lol_pop)
    So, I am currently in year 9 and I was hoping if I could get advice on how to succeed in my GCSE's. I know it is time away but I prefer to be prepared and have good knowledge. If anyone has already done their GSCE's or are close to doing them, can I have advice on how to be prepared for them? Also, in order to become a Laywer, what 2 other subjects are needed other than History, Science, Maths and English? Is becoming a laywer easy or hard? And what exams are needed to be done during Uni? Thankyou.
    The best way to succeed in GCSE's is to get good grades in the first run, don't rely on your second or third run cause it you may find yourself overstretched if you need to do resits.

    Practice past papers religiously.

    Don't just rely on the teacher, do your own research.

    Focus on what your weak at first. Be it Maths or one of the sciences or whatever it happens to be.

    I don't know about the requirements to be a lawyer ill leave that to someone else.
 
 
 
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