I want to study gcse courses but I’m confusedWatch
I have a question as well, and it’s.. in Saudi Arabia an equivalent to the GCSEs qualify you to university. But the GCSEs in Britain doesn’t qualify to university. So I don’t know what to study to qualify myself by a certificate to university. I mean the university in Saudi is 4 years and in th U.K. it’s 3 years. And there is a foundation year in the first year. Is a foundation degree equivalent to a level or not? Because the first university year in Saudi is an equivalent to a foundation degree in the U.K. and if the GCSEs do qualify to foundation or a level how many GCSEs do I need to take or study to qualify to foundation degree or a level? Because I will study the GCSEs as courses not as in year 11 and as a late student because I’m 19 and that will be at Newcastle college.
To answer your first question you would need to take Maths, English language and then around 5 - 10 other subjects depending on the applicant. But for the A level requirements they are entirely dependent on the college you will be studying them at, so you must contact or research what college you are going to and directly ask them about this, as no-one on here will be able to give you an answer.
I hope that helped; my point is you are asking the right questions in the wrong place, I wish you well in future endeavours.