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Do BTECs Count as GCSEs?

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You may have heard of BTECs, and you may also have many questions on what they are. There are many assumptions made of BTECs, including the thought that they are not as good as GCSEs. As a result, one of the most frequently asked questions …

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Top 10 Best Online GCSE Courses in 2022

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The process of choosing GCSE subjects can be challenging, especially when you are a student in Years 8-9 and are unsure of what you plan on doing later in life. For this reason, it’s completely normal that we all need some guidance at times. On …

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Are GCSEs Compulsory?

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GCSEs are the first official national exams written by school pupils. For some they are the bane of their existence. Must every high school child write these exams in Year 11? GCSEs are generally always a basic requirement for getting a job, this makes them …

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Why is Reading Important for Students?

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Every year of school, students are told to read more because it will help them learn and improve their grades. However, with most students’ busy schedules, there is often little time for relaxation and even less for reading. Therefore, reading can be seen as a …

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Why is Homework Important?

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Homework is something every child has had to go through during their schooling. It may have been preparing a presentation, drawing up a poster or completing a worksheet. This is one subject that guarantees vastly varying opinions. Some believe there should be none at all …

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Do You Have to do a Language at GCSE?

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You probably have or will have to study a language at some point within your secondary school education. From French to Mandarin the options are endless. You may love the chance to get to study a new language and maybe you will want to continue …