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Kyle McNeil
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Hello,

I'm in Year 10 and this year and Year 11, I will be studying the following:

GCSE English Language (AQA)
GCSE English Literature (AQA)
GCSE Mathematics (Edexcel)
GCSE Combined Science (OCR Gateway)
GCSE Religious Studies (Eduqas)*
(Core) Physical Education (No Exam)
GCSE Geography (AQA)
OCR Cambridge Nationals in Information Technologies (OCR)
BTEC Tech Award in Enterprise (Edexcel)
GCSE Art and Design - Photography (AQA)
(Core) PSHE and Citizenship (No Exam)

* Will only be studying in Year 10 as I will be doing my final exam at the end of Year 10.

I will be doing: 7 GCSEs, 1 BTEC, 1 Cambridge National and 2 Non-Exam Compulsory Subjects.
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Okay...
Good for you
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I'm not sure if i'm studying GCSE Combined Science (OCR Gateway) or GCSE Biology, Chemistry and Physics (Single Sciences) (OCR Gateway). What is the difference between them?
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GCSE Combined Science is a double-award GCSE and thereby you'll attain two GCSEs as opposed to Biology, Chemistry and Physics in which they're single awarding and thus award a single GCSE each
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(Original post by logical_nonsense)
GCSE Combined Science is a double-award GCSE and thereby you'll attain two GCSEs as opposed to Biology, Chemistry and Physics in which they're single awarding and thus award a single GCSE each
Thank you!
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I am currently doing the same Geography AQA as you and am joining Y11 in September. It is one of the hardest GCSEs I am doing. So, I will advise you to study ahead and in the summer for Geography if you aren't already! Hope my advice helps! Feel free to ask any questions you have about that!
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(Original post by snow.fall15)
I am currently doing the same Geography AQA as you and am joining Y11 in September. It is one of the hardest GCSEs I am doing. So, I will advise you to study ahead and in the summer for Geography if you aren't already! Hope my advice helps! Feel free to ask any questions you have about that!
I have started following the GCSE Geography curriculum since Easter and I have only covered 'The Living World' and will be continuing in September. And thanks for your advice!
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Hey, I’m a Year 12 who just finished their GCSE’s this summer and I did the same exam board as you for Maths, English Lit
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