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    I arrived in london with 16 years old in year 11, but I started studying at the end of the course when there was only 1 month left to finish year 11, I did not take any exams because I arrived too late.

    I understand that GCSEs are usually done in year 11 and 12.

    I am currently in year 12 now Im 17 years old , I would like to do GCSE but I do not know how and where I can do them. I think I'm doing "functional skills Level 1".

    Can someone explain to me how I can do the GSCE !! ??
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    (Original post by Jenniffeeeeer)
    I arrived in london with 16 years old in year 11, but I started studying at the end of the course when there was only 1 month left to finish year 11, I did not take any exams because I arrived too late.

    I understand that GCSEs are usually done in year 11 and 12.

    I am currently in year 12 now Im 17 years old , I would like to do GCSE but I do not know how and where I can do them. I think I'm doing "functional skills Level 1".

    Can someone explain to me how I can do the GSCE !! ??
    You can apply to college. They do GCSE's there.
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    GCSEs are usually done at the end of year 11.

    You should apply to a college and do your GCSEs there, I would heavily consider doing Maths, English Literature and Language and maybe a science or a humanity that you enjoy
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    (Original post by Jenniffeeeeer)
    I arrived in london with 16 years old in year 11, but I started studying at the end of the course when there was only 1 month left to finish year 11, I did not take any exams because I arrived too late.

    I understand that GCSEs are usually done in year 11 and 12.

    I am currently in year 12 now Im 17 years old , I would like to do GCSE but I do not know how and where I can do them. I think I'm doing "functional skills Level 1".

    Can someone explain to me how I can do the GSCE !! ??
    Its surprising that you are not 100% certain what you are studying at the moment. Level 1 qualifications are below the level required for a pass at GCSE. If you are studying functional skills in a college you should talk to them about what higher level qualifications, including GCSE, that you can study next year.
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    (Original post by 32894075890234)
    GCSEs are usually done at the end of year 11.

    You should apply to a college and do your GCSEs there, I would heavily consider doing Maths, English Literature and Language and maybe a science or a humanity that you enjoy
    Thank you so much !! I will enjoy science and maths!
 
 
 
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