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If you enjoy History, Geography and Religious Education but your timetable won’t allow you to study them all at GSCE, you may like to consider GCSE Humanities as an option which combines key elements of all three subjects. If your school offers it, it could be a good option for you. What will I study... Read more »


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Now that you’ve passed your GCSEs, you may be interested in the new media-based subjects being offered to you. When the time came to choose my A Levels, I knew very little about what Film, Television and Media Studies would actually be like. My Secondary school hadn’t provided a great deal of information about what... Read more »

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Fewer than 3,500 pupils sat Further Mathematics GCSE in 2013. The qualification is aimed, as one of the exam boards puts it, at ‘students who have high ability in, or are motivated by mathematics’. These talented pupils may be few and far between – but there are surely many more of them than 3,500? Incidentally,... Read more »


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History remains a very popular subject at GCSE – over a third of students took it in 2013, some 260,000 of them. It stays in the top ten of chosen subjects, perhaps because it is one of the compulsory national curriculum subjects at Key Stage 3, and so it’s a logical progression to take it... Read more »

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