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So I am at a high level for both P.E and RS and I enjoy doing both and as I already have a good idea of what else I would be doing for GCSEs it comes down to 1 more and I don't know which to pick. Any suggestions on which I should do and why?
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So I am at a high level for both P.E and RS and I enjoy doing both and as I already have a good idea of what else I would be doing for GCSEs it comes down to 1 more and I don't know which to pick. Any suggestions on which I should do and why?
hiya! so i do both pe and rs for my gcses and im in year 11.

at my school rs is compulsory so we have to do it, but I chose pe. if you enjoy learning about society and how religion impacts in, rs it perfect for you.

However, pe is so so interesting and can really broaden your mind and knowledge on sport and how your body and mind adjusts itself for sport. Pe is very biological so if you enjoy biology, definitely go for pe.

In my opinion, if you would want a career or to study sport and the body in later life like at uni, go for pe, but if you want to study religion and its impact on society, rs is the one!

hope this helps!!
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So I am at a high level for both P.E and RS and I enjoy doing both and as I already have a good idea of what else I would be doing for GCSEs it comes down to 1 more and I don't know which to pick. Any suggestions on which I should do and why?
hiya! so i do both pe and rs for my gcses and im in year 11.
at my school rs is compulsory so we have to do it, but I chose pe. if you enjoy learning about society and how religion impacts in, rs it perfect for you.
However, pe is so so interesting and can really broaden your mind and knowledge on sport and how your body and mind adjusts itself for sport. Pe is very biological so if you enjoy biology, definitely go for pe.
In my opinion, if you would want a career or to study sport and the body in later life like at uni, go for pe, but if you want to study religion and its impact on society, rs is the one!
hope this helps!!
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Choose which ever one you don't hate. R.E. is compulsory in my school and it's not my favorite subject, but I will say that it's fairly easy to get a decent grade in even if you're really unmotivated
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hiya! so i do both pe and rs for my gcses and im in year 11.
at my school rs is compulsory so we have to do it, but I chose pe. if you enjoy learning about society and how religion impacts in, rs it perfect for you.
However, pe is so so interesting and can really broaden your mind and knowledge on sport and how your body and mind adjusts itself for sport. Pe is very biological so if you enjoy biology, definitely go for pe.
In my opinion, if you would want a career or to study sport and the body in later life like at uni, go for pe, but if you want to study religion and its impact on society, rs is the one!
hope this helps!!
Thank you this really helps!
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