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So I’m changing schools now and in this school you can only take 7 gcses in grade 10 so is this enough for a good uni in the uk ? and also in this school they also started the gcse curriculum in grade 10 is this ok ?
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Taking seven GCSE's is enough to go to sixth form and university. Doing your GCSE's in yr 10 some school do it in yr 10 and some start the GCSE's curriculum in year 9. Actually fact doing less GCSE is better than doing more because you have more time to revise them all. So seven is enough Gcse's to go to sixth form. or college. Starting the GCSE course in yr 10 is normal because it normally takes two years to cover the whole subjects.
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