Hello if you’ve had any experience with GCSE psychology , business , media , computer science, Spanish or triple science can you please give me feedback e.g difficulty
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Thank you , I’m doing this because I’m about to choose my GCSE and I want to be a doctor and now I’m considering these subjects so please give me as much information you can on these subjects please and thank you .
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I studied business and triple science at GCSE and I'd say it depends on how good you already are at the subject and how much work you're willing to put in. Obviously you'' have loads of time to prepare for the actual GCSE exams themselves so even if you're not great at them there's still time to get better. I found business to be a little difficult but that might just be me being me, there was quite a bit of work that went into it but as long as you keep on top of things it should be fine. I struggled through it but kept telling myself that I could do it and came out with a B in the end, considering when I first started my grades were at a G, I don't think I did too badly haha. Triple science I'd say is quite a bit easier than business, there's a decent amount of written work and it's a bit of a step up from the work that you were used to doing in previous years but it's nothing too difficult. Also there were a lot of practical lessons which were really easy because all you have to do is follow methods and it'll all work out. Hope this helps a little.
So I did triple science at GCSE. I mean at the time it all felt like it was tough and stuff but tbh it’s really easy. You’ll realise as you go on, it’s very straight forward.. you just have to be well-versed with the syllabus. And I think you should reconsider your subject choices if you think it may be too much.. if you’re considering medical you won’t be needing a few subjects there, so yeah you could cut down on the extras. And focus on the ones you’d really need I got A*s and As in all my GCSEs and id taken 8 of them. I literally studied a day before for every exam and did no past papers. But that seemed to work out because in school, we had tests every other week and we’d study so much for it that by the time GCSEs came by we had nothing extra to do. So yup, as long as you’re thorough with the portion, it’s all good. you need time, that’s all x