der is bare gcses on this page dem
8 GCSE's (English Language, English Literature, Maths, Science, Additional Science, Geography, History and Music)
C.I.D.A (Equivilent to 2 A*-C GCSE's)
OCN Mentoring Level 2 (Equivilent to 1 A-C GCSE)
So . . 11.
English Language + Literature, Maths, Double Science, ICT, Geography, History, Resistant Materials and Religious Studies (short course) - I dropped french.
So I guess 9.5
I do 10 GCSEs (9 full, and 2 short courses) and an AS. If I wasn't doing the AS then I'd be taking 12, which is the maximum you can do at my school (a grammar).
I should have 11.5 GCSEs at the end of it :]
I've already 4.5 of them (Short Course R.E, ICT, Stats, Maths & Core Science)
They wouldn't let us do AS Maths or ICT cos the college didn't like us doing it so we do Additional Maths and OCR ICT...
So 13.5 Qualifications :] Hopefully...
Maths Eng lit+ Lang, 3 Science, GEography, History IT, French.
My friend is doing 13 0.0
did latin last year and doing spanish extra this year
I'm doing 10 GCSEs. At my school, you can do either 9 or 10, but you can also pick up short course RS at the beginning of Y11.
I think that 10 is a fairly good number, but I wouldn't have been able to cope with more than 11, if the timetable allowed.
9, wish I could take more though.
I'll be taking 10 GCSE's in the summer, and I took 1 in 2007, so in August I'll have 11 overall.
16, 8 from last year and 8 from this year
I am taking 12.5 GCSE's, its plenty and theres only one I think there is a chance of me failing.
I did 10 in years 8 and 9 because our school thought i might as well seeing as I cope well under pressure and am incredibly clever.
In year 10 and 11 i did the base 12 for our school, so altogether i did 22. I found GCSE very, very easy and that is why I was able to do so many.