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    I chose music as one of my subjects for GCSE but i can't do it. I try to revise for music as much as i can and i did after-school classes with my teacher but i can't understand a thing.
    I do 8 GCSEs currently (i think) as i dropped IT going into year 10 to do an independent studies course that my school offered to some select students who were exceeding their targets in most other subjects.
    I'm currently about half way through year 10 so i thought it would be too late to drop music and maybe exchange it for another course? however my music teacher said that they've had year 11s drop the lesson just before the exams.
    I don't know what i'd have to do if i were to quit music.
    Any ideas?

    Well if you are going to quit do it ASAP so you don't waste your time.What graded instruments do you play do you have grade 5 theory?
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