• Question: What did you get in your science GCSE?

    Asked by megansard to Gioia, Iain, Jo, Leo, Mariam on 14 Jun 2010 in Categories: . This question was also asked by michaelessien, sportygirl16.
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      Joanna Watson answered on 14 Jun 2010:

      Hi Megansard and Michaelessien.
      I did double science GCSE and got an A. I really liked science at school and always got my best grades in the subjects that I enjoyed.

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      Leo Garcia answered on 14 Jun 2010:

      Because I worked very hard for it, and because I found it very interesting, I got A* in physics and biology and an A in chemistry. I’ve never been a big fan of chemistry, I have to say.

      If you haven’t done your GCSEs yet, or if you have them coming up soon, then I wish you the best of luck! Work hard, but not too hard – your brain will generally work better if it isn’t completely tired and stressed out.

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      Iain Moal answered on 14 Jun 2010:

      I got A* in biology, A in chemistry and A is physics. My A-levels weren’t as good though, I got a B in maths and physics, and a C in chemistry and computer science.

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      Mariam Orme answered on 14 Jun 2010:

      I got two As in dual science at GCSE. How do you think you’re going to do?

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      Gioia Cherubini answered on 14 Jun 2010:

      We don’t have an analogue to GCSE in Italy, but I went to a preparatory school for Scientific degrees, where I studied chemistry, biology, phisics, maths…but also latin, italian literature, english, philosophy, history! My final score for all these subjects was 57/60, so does that mean A-?