Universitys don't say any specific GCSE's or A-Levels however you will need passes and good grades in "useful" subjects.
I think you should aim for as many A's as possible. Law is quite a heavy degree and fiercely competitive so high grades won't really set you apart. Of course they help but get some work experience under your belt, this will interest the best universities.
Some exam boards do but you will need to check. Go on to their website.
yes you do need maths GCSE grade C to go to uni
GCSE Students usually receive the results of their GCSE in the fourth week of August CCEA publish their results on the Tuesday and the other examination boards publish theirs on the Thursday. Students must go to their school to collect their results (although the online site Edexcel allows for the option of an online results service -whereby the results are posted online)
yes becasue with out good gcse u wont be able to do ur a levels
Either they normally get sent to you in the post or you go to your school during summer holidays to retrieve them
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.
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.
The GCSE results are due to be announced on August 27, 2009, 9 a.m.Note:The "A Level" results were due out a week earlier, on August 20, 2009. Edexcel has published the Thursday 27th August, 2009 results. Good luck everybody! Click on the link below to go to the Edexcel official homepage:
Yes, GCSE's are an examination grade. It has nothing to do with you borrowing books and not returning them. It is breaking the law because they are your results and no one elses. You should return those books though or cover the costs as they could take your to court, and you could be face with a fine that is much larger than the price that the books were paid for. our examination results are vital as they are your key to your future. If you go to the college and they will need your results also if you go srsight into a job then they would like to see your examination results and your EFL (Employability For Life Charter/Folder/Certificate). This sould arrive with your GCSE Rescults. These are the most important things when applying for a job, showingf that you have the knowledge. Hope I have helped. If you need more E-Mail : email@example.com
You could go on Edexcel GCSE Arabic
That's not a proper question for starters, it's:"What GCSE results will I need to get into law school?"Well, if you want to get into a top university, like Nottingham or Oxford and easily go on and get a job they'll be looking for mostly As/A*s as there's LOTS of competition out there.If you want to go to a more middle-class university, like Nottingham Trent then they'll only be looking for 5 passes which isn't much really but your job prospects won't be as good.If I were you I'd spread out my time evenly among all subjects and aim for As, then in the subjects you are more naturally competent at you'll get A*s.To be a lawyer you ideally need to be a natural at English and History and a general all-rounder.Best of luck! :D(I'm also taking my GCSEs and want to be a solicitor!)
You need a drama GCSE for a good base to get into acting. If you don't have that, then it will be harder to become an actor.
History is the obvious one, but also you would need at least a C in English and probably maths. You would need at least 5 A*-C GCSE passes so that you could go on to study history for A Level and then at university
To become a Neurologist, you need to study GCSE biology and then go on to study human biology and do courses at university for Neurology.I'm not sure if you need a Phd though.you need to go to school.
The results of your test can be hard but it should not change your life. The best way to get over it and move on would be to get up and tell your self that life can go on.
To be a lawyer you need to get a Bachelor's Degree, and then you need to go to law school and get a law degree.
go to a dictionary
You need to go on the Law and Govenment path in Highschool and get a law degree in colloge
Because if you take GCSE you will have more opportunities to get in the university in Europe. But if you have the Change to do IGCSE then go for that its not that different but its a preferable side. :)
go to Ask Jeeves dat doesn't help i need it for gcse
I think that unless your school offers the results online, you have to go through your college to do that, I'm afraid! It's an annoyance, but it's the best that the UK can do...
That is required by law.
yep they have to its the law
not really- try your best because it is good practice and tells you what you need to work on. however, if it does go horribly wrong then don't worry. once you ace your real GCSE s then nobody will ever ask you what happened n your mocks
go on bitesize gcse+geography