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So I'm currently in Year 9 and I was just wondering what the difference was between doing half-course religious studies and full course. All I know is that half course is worth half a grade and that full course is counted as 1 whole gcse grade. I'd consider myself pretty good at R.S in general so i dont know which one to pick (since half course is compulsary but full course is optional.) Any advice from people with experience?
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I would say do the full course, it's quite a straight forward subject and since you've also said you're good at it, it shouldn't be difficult to get a high grade. It isn't even that much more work compared to the half-course so it seems like a good proposition. You won't have to work much more, but don't do it if you feel overly stressed with other subjects. How many subjects are you currently doing? If you exclude this, how many grades would you get in year 11? If it's less than the average of about 9, then maybe it would be better to take it, otherwise it's fine whatever you choose.
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