What should you do if you regret a GCSE subject?

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What should you do if you regret picking one of your options for GCSE?
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What should you do if you regret picking one of your options for GCSE?
if u regret picking a gcse option, well ig it depends on what yr ur in - for eg if ur in yr10 i dont think u can drop it then so u have to carry on with it but if ur going to be in yr11 next year then ik u can drop it in there because its ur final yr

however instead of dropping it if u do regret it and not doing too well tell ur teacher abt it and they will help u with the content
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if u regret picking a gcse option, well ig it depends on what yr ur in - for eg if ur in yr10 i dont think u can drop it then so u have to carry on with it but if ur going to be in yr11 next year then ik u can drop it in there because its ur final yr

however instead of dropping it if u do regret it and not doing too well tell ur teacher abt it and they will help u with the content
thats not true. you can only drop it in year 9/10 depending when the school starts proper gcse content. why would you think they’d let you drop a subject in the last year when nearly all the content has been finished?
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thats not true. you can only drop it in year 9/10 depending when the school starts proper gcse content. why would you think they’d let you drop a subject in the last year when nearly all the content has been finished?
well every school is a bit different i guess
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Schools don't tend to let you drop it unless it really affects your grades or you fail every exam. Otherwise usually in the first year you should still have time to switch to another subject. Alternatively, you just deal with it like me with art
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Schools don't tend to let you drop it unless it really affects your grades or you fail every exam. Otherwise usually in the first year you should still have time to switch to another subject. Alternatively, you just deal with it like me with art
but in yr11 didint any1 drop art in ur class?
3 people did because they did dt gcse and couldnt keep up with both
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i regret taking BTEC Sport a complete waist of my time i could drop it for a revision lesson but then i would have one less gcse then everyone else a couple of the boys did go with this option.
it really does depend on the school- if youve already finished your GCSEs then you dont have to put it on your CV if you dont want to and if your at the start of yoear 10 you might be able to change it
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but in yr11 didint any1 drop art in ur class?
3 people did because they did dt gcse and couldnt keep up with both
yh one person did
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