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I want to do art and drama GCSE however my school makes me choose between one. I think it is easier to do Drama outside of school so I am taking art at school. Does anyone know where I can do GCSE drama in London
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I want to do art and drama GCSE however my school makes me choose between one. I think it is easier to do Drama outside of school so I am taking art at school. Does anyone know where I can do GCSE drama in London
Nah they are both hard due to the coursework.

I'm fairly sure you have to do a performance for GCSE drama. It will be a pain to sort it
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Nah they are both hard due to the coursework.

I'm fairly sure you have to do a performance for GCSE drama. It will be a pain to sort it

Ah this sucks, thank you very much
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do you do acting outside of school? u could always join one do lamda exams if that's what they're called
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loool, I picked drama more because I wasnt really confident in secondary and it really helped but it was sooooo looong and i failed (Got a D). Really think about the subject before picking it. If you know your really good at Drama and into the subject then do it, but if your picking it because its easy, then don't because its really not and the grade boundaries have gone up so much. And if you do pick it, before doing the GCSE ( which I should of done), try and learn key terms before you enter the course that you can put in your coursework.
If you have a passion in drama then i hope you pick it and do the best you can, and good luck for art too.
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do you do acting outside of school? u could always join one do lamda exams if that's what they're called
yes I already do LAMDA and did Grade 6 solo which I git distinction but it only counts as points, not an actual GCSE unfortunately
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loool, I picked drama more because I wasnt really confident in secondary and it really helped but it was sooooo looong and i failed (Got a D). Really think about the subject before picking it. If you know your really good at Drama and into the subject then do it, but if your picking it because its easy, then don't because its really not and the grade boundaries have gone up so much. And if you do pick it, before doing the GCSE ( which I should of done), try and learn key terms before you enter the course that you can put in your coursework.
If you have a passion in drama then i hope you pick it and do the best you can, and good luck for art too.
I love both of the subjects equally and am so torn which one I'm going to pick if I can't do drama outside of school but everyone tells me art is the hardest so I am very confused with my choices
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yes I already do LAMDA and did Grade 6 solo which I git distinction but it only counts as points, not an actual GCSE unfortunately
Oh that's a shame u can't do the GCSE then. at least you'll get UCAS points in the future tho 👍
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