Gcse dt product design or gcse fine artWatch
It's definitely a GCSE to do if you're good at it and you like following other artists' styles, although every school will do different stuff
I do GCSE DT and honestly it is so boring. I knew it would be a lot of theory, however I am in year 11, and we have only been in the workshop actually making something once throughout the whole course so far, and we weren't even making anything of our own - it was a team thing. The theory isn't even particulary interesting (for me) - the exams are basically 'can you do extremely simple maths' or 'can you memorise the properties of these materials' and **** like that. I don't enjoy the NEA either, but that might just be me not liking coursework in general I think that for AQA the briefs for the NEA also tend to be quite restrictive, and it can be difficult to make something that you will actually enjoy working on for a good few months. That's why my school switched to a different exam board lmao.