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as many as possible
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In the way of results, as many A's as possible especially if you want to go to a good law school. I go to King's College Law School and I got 5A*and 4A's so good results help.
It depends entirely on what you want to study.
I would say GCSE Grades from A-C cause they are passes. If you get pass grades in subjects about 5 or more you can study A levels and do As level in Law and all other subjects… to get where you want to in life. Good luck If you don't get in college to do A levels retake them next year. A levels are 2 years full time at college then you can go university and study law and be a lawyer or what ever you want to be. Revise hard and you get the grades you want. You definetely need to have got at least a C, possibly a B, in English Language, and for most things you need to have got at least a C in maths as well, but you need more than just those GCSEs
Well you deffinatley need English you also need another language. You should also think about taking History.This is because it is relatted to the past law and everything else….
What gcses subjects do you to be a lawyer i am choosing my gcses very soon and i need to know if my school has the right subjects for being a family lawyer?
GCSE's dont really matter, dont get me wrong they matter but for a lawyer you have to concentrate on A-levels, for a lawyer try and get: GCSE: English and math at least a…nd if your school do, law, philosophy, business and RE but at a level make sure you take, Law, philosophy, English and maybe something like business studies incase you want to set up your own lawyer services
English and history mainly, a b grade in both are highly recommended.
you need alot more than gcse, but to progress on to a-level you need at least 5 a-c's and to get on a uni law course you'll need 3 a's and b's.
To do acting as a career you usually need 5 grades A-D or more. Expressive Arts subjects are usually preferred aswel such as Drama or Dance or Media. For most colleges, when i…t comes to acting, they usually look more for talent or experiences rather than grades. Most appreciate that although their students may not be highly academic they may have good creative ability. If you have a background in drama/theatre clubs then make it be known in your interview! When you apply for an acting course, you will usually submit your application and then be invited to attend an interview/audition. The interview is so they can get a better understanding of who you are (personality/behaviour) and the audition to judge your talent and suitability to the course.All in all, don't worry too much about your grades - if you achieve just average marks don't worry, just make sure you've got the talent and confidence to blow them away at your interview/audition!Good luck!Lizzy x
probably around 5 GCSE's from grace C-A*
you need the main english, both of those would be better. Maths and Science arent to important but helpful as long as you have the good grades in subjects on a wide range of t…opics you might come across when doing the job, - history, and a language is great for travelling (y) spanish, latin, :) i would advise graphics for designing of whatever layout you will use in your writing.
None really, but having one in PE will prberbly help. Also if you plan to play abroad a language will definatly help.
Well i am in year 8 and I'm preparing for earlier GCSE's which i will take this year and in my practice exams i got 2 A's and i am certain that it is 72% and A* is 87% for the… higher tier but you can not acquire an A in Foundation Gcse
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Modelling is based on talent rather than qualifications for gcse's i would recommend business studies, drama and a language may help. xxx
to get into Hogwarts, several degrees are needed;3 a-levels in magic. 1 AS level in triple award science. a good knowledge on mystical creatures, potions and lotions. you will… need to know how to fly a broomstick and be able to preform magical spells and use your magic wand i myself, am attending Hogwarts school of Wizardry, and i love it! hope this can help :)