What are the percentages for gcse grades?
My sons will be studying for the Scottish Standard Grades (in the state system), but at age 16 I want them to go to Harrow School in England (private) and one of their entry requirements are for eight top grades at GCSE (or their equivalent). What would the equivalent be.???? Is it still 8 GCSE = 8 Standard Grades (but at the credit level)..??
As their name suggests, predicted GCSE grades are estimates made by your teacher of how well you will perform in your GCSEs. These predictions are made based on the standard of your GCSE coursework and (in most schools) what marks you scored in your mock exams. For more information see Predicted Grades link.
A grade G is considered a fail at GCSE. The pass grades are A*, A, B and C. Any grade below C is regarded as a fail and not worth much to employers, colleges and universities. If you attain a range of grades from D to G in your GCSEs, you may find that you would do better at a vocational course or a modern apprenticeship.
you need to get all c grades and a b in English maths and science if you want to do a level you will need a b in that subject eg if you want to do a level biology you will need at least a b in gcse biology try to aim for mostly b grades if you want to go on to university and have a 6 diget salery however mostly c grades will…
How much GCSE grades do you need to take law and how hard will it be also will mostly C's in ma GCSE be enough?
Should I pick German or french for gcse. I have better grades in German but have been doing French for much longer. I do not know which one to pick?
Absolutely none. If you want something, go get it. If you preservere you can accomplish anything you want in life. You need no GCSE grades to get in College. Even if you did need GCSE grades to get on a Science course, when you go to opening evening in college speak to head of Science and explain your predicament and the likelyhood is they'll give you a spot anyway. The same thing happened to me…
You need A's in across the board in either Alevel or GCSE. Its best to have A's in both GCSE and A level because it makes you a stronger applicant. It also depends on what course you want to do. Like say if you want to study law you would need at least 5 A* at GCSE and at A level you would need to continue taking 4 A levels at A2 and then get…
What grades do you need for getting into dentistry for university like i mean what grades do you need in like high school?
You'll need to aim for very high grades! At GCSE, each university is different but a good range of subjects with high grades (A*s, A s and very few Bs) will put you in a good position. You'll need high grades in all your sciences (Biology, chemistry and physics) to stand a good chance of getting accepted in VET universities.