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I came to the UK in year 7 and I have to leave in year 10, and I would like to take my GCSE before I leave, so is it possible to take my GCSE early even though I'm not homeschooled
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I came to the UK in year 7 and I have to leave in year 10, and I would like to take my GCSE before I leave, so is it possible to take my GCSE early even though I'm not homeschooled
If the question is 'Is it possible?', then yes- you can take your gcses at a external exam centre this summer, as the November exam season has ended (taking gcses at an external centre would be more expensive). As to whether it should be done would be dependent on your personality & how good you are at independent study- it would probably be best to discuss this with your school as they may let you sit them with the current Y11 this year (reducing your costs). Don't forget to consult your parents too for advice but remember that no one except you knows your true abilities. Good luck! if you want any info just ask!
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