• Question: What did you study in your gsces?

    Asked by nicola on 29 Sep 2021. This question was also asked by wear440buy, hays440buy, gets440buy.
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      Paul Adams answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      Maths, English, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, History, French, Computer Studies and Politics

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      Robert Astbury answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      Core subjects is where i did the best, but that said, i always feel i didn’t do as good as i could have done at school and wished i had tried harder to be organised and revise ahead of time…

      9 GCSEโ€™s
      Science [AA], Maths [B], English [CC], Electronics [C], Statistics [C], Geography [C], German [D]

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      Natasha Marchant answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      I studied Maths, English, French, Separate Science, IT, Photography, Spanish and Geography. Also did 1/2 a GCSE in RE and Product Design (technology based).

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      Michael Hills answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      I did the Scottish equivalents of GCSEs in: Maths, English, French, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Technical Drawing, Wood work! My favs were Chemistry and Technical drawing, and was not a fan of French and English (because I was rubbish at the)

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      Sophia Constantinou answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      I did GCSEs in maths, chemistry, biology, physics, art, history, german, english literature, english language, religious education.

      My favourite subjects were art, chemistry, and history – they were all very different subjects so it was hard for me to decide what to do at university! I ended up doing chemistry but I still do lots of art in my spare time

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      Chris Muir answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      In order of enjoyment!

      Design & Technology
      Double science award (2 GCSEs for combo of Chem, Bio & Physics)
      Maths
      Geography
      English Language & Literature
      History
      French
      Religious Studies

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      Beatrice Browning answered on 29 Sep 2021: last edited 29 Sep 2021 12:39 pm


      I have also listed in order of enjoyment – I like Chris’ style!

      Chemistry
      Maths
      Biology
      French
      Physics
      Geography
      German
      English Literature
      English Language
      (I also did a ICT half-GCSE!)

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      Gabriel Pรฉrez answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      I didn’t do any GCSEs as I went to school in Mexico and they have a very different system there, but the subjects that I studied before my undergraduate course were Maths, Chemistry, Physics, History, Spanish Literature, Communication Science, Psychology, Graphical Design, and Art.

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      Ferran Brosa Planella answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      I studied in Barcelona so I didn’t do GCSE, but in my last year in high school I did:
      Catalan
      Spanish
      English
      Maths (a lot of maths actually)
      Physics
      Philosophy
      History
      Technical Drawing

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      Rohin Titmarsh answered on 29 Sep 2021:


      When I did my GCSEs English Lit, English Language, Maths and IT were compulsory. I chose to do Triple Science so I had Physics, Chemistry and Biology as separate GCSEs. Then for my other options I chose PE, Spanish and Catering because I love baking.

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      Yige Sun answered on 29 Sep 2021: last edited 29 Sep 2021 6:17 pm


      There was no GSCES in China. While in a similar system, the main course that I took were Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, English, Chinese literature.

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