You also need A-Levels and English, a foreign language (preferrably French), History, and Math.
It depends on which type of lawyer you aspire to be. There are many various types like domestic, criminal, bankrupcy, real estate, personal injury - all these and more. One subject that is a good GCSE choice is History and preferably English. Maths is a good option as well. Business falls under many law degrees and is a VERY helpful subject from which to choose.
you dont need gcses
In college they will accept 3/4 GCSES but the grades should be at a grade C or above. The GCSES they will need are Maths, English, Science and the more the better.
PE ones of course! So you don't need any other gcses
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 and 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
The best ones are the subjects you like and or are good at, but if i had to chose the best ones to take it would be: . A language . History . Geography . PE. or drama or dance something the unis like But that will all change if you know what you want to do when you leave school/uni. For example if you wanted to be a lawyer the best thing to do is to go on Google and type in "what GCSEs do you need to be a lawyer?"
You need 5 gcse's
obviously not.... all you will need is talent.
YOU NEED GCSEs
English and history mainly, a b grade in both are highly recommended.
you need 5 gcses and 1 a level
What GCSEs do you need for Sports journalism
well you will need your GCSEs and a level
Basically you need a btec in football.
if its a good job then you need good GCSEs
what gcses do I need to take to become a beautician
what gcse's do you need to do hair and beauty
Construction and math
The GCSE that you have to do is sport
GCSEs and A levels =(