No but you can get a GCSE in dance which sort of includes Ballet. That's what they do at the Royal Ballet school.
You need chemistry at a university level, an apprenticeship in mechanics , level 4 ballet, atleast 2 plastic surgeies. llusmsmmm
dancebetec dancedramamusictextiles (for the costume design aspect)science (how your body works. muscles..etc)etc..:D
They only effect they have on real GCSE's are that they are the basis on which your GCSE results are predicted.
You need 5 art GCSE'S, 2 religious education GCSE'S, 9 maths English or science GCSE'S and 20 PE GCSE'S
what gcse's do you need to become a firefighter what gcse's do you need to become a firefighter
It depends from GCSE to GCSE. Ask your teacher what the A score mark is worth.
what GCSE's are available in Fashion?
American Ballet Theatre, the Pennsylvania Ballet, The Kirov Ballet and the Bolshoi Ballet
Yes you can take GCSE Karate as part of your Phys Ed GCSE Course Check with KUGB on this link http://www.kugb.org/karate-gcse-alevels.php
You can do extra GCSE's by asking the teacher, whose subject you are interested in, if they can run sessions after school, therefore allowing you to get extra GCSE's whilst still in school. Also GCSE's can be taken in College. Bagshad :)
it is " le ballet ", ballet is a masculine