How Long Do GCSE Courses Take to Complete?
This is really down to a combination of things, including the course length and how many subjects you choose to study (you should expect to take around nine subjects). Usually, there are two GCSE courses that course providers usually offer: one-year GCSE and two-year GCSE.
If you want to know what is the difference between one-year GCSE and two-year GCSE in UK, read this article.
GCSE in UK
GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) is regarded as a course of study taught to children in years 10 and 11 at secondary school when they are 14 to 16 years old. GCSE is the first step on the ladder towards mastering a particular subject and it is an ideal gateway to further academic study in the UK. According to the fact that UK higher education degrees and qualifications are recognized by employers and academics worldwide, the UK is one of the best destinations to study abroad. So, if you’re interested in pursuing a course of study in the UK that leads to a UK university place, getting the right GCSE grades will help you get there. Many students who plan to study GCSE in UK have heard of GCSE courses, and they usually ask us what kind of courses do GCSE include? How difficult is it? Which GCSE course is right for me? Which GCSE course provider is the best me?
We are here to answer these questions and to facilitate studying for you.
GCSE Courses in UK
Maths, English, and Science are the core subjects everyone must take at GCSE in UK. There are four areas you can choose your other optional subjects. In addition, you can start to choose the subjects you want to study for GCSE in Year 9 but also if you are in Year 8, or even Year 7 it’s not too early to think about your options.
If you want to have more details about your subject options, please see How many GCSE Subjects should I Take?
Some students usually ask whether they can change their course. This is possible but remember changing might cause subjects to clash on your personal timetable and choosing your GCSE subjects is also choosing your timetable. So, think carefully, ask your teachers or professional counselors for more information to avoid any future problems in your immigration process. You can always contact us and get advice for free.