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    I would've still done it.
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    Yeah, I would have taken it anyway. God knows why it would ever become non-compulsory though...
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    For a person with a username suggesting you are academic you sure seem to have quite a grudge against the education system OP.

    I would have done it anyway and I think it ought to be compulsory.
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    suicidal would be an understatement
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    I'd feel that I would like to emigrate.
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    i would still have done it, i think it should be compulsory as well
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    (Original post by rachxl)
    Yeah, I would have taken it anyway. God knows why it would ever become non-compulsory though...
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    Annoyed. That would be a pathetic thing to do.
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    A bit bugged, because maths is a basic skill to be fair. bit like english.
    So if it were ever to happen (which i doubt it will) i would be quite surprised.

    i would have still done it though, it was one of my easiest GCSE's in my opinion.
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    I think Maths, English and ICT should be compulsory. Maybe science too.
 
 
 

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