i think you need 5 a-a* in gcse subjects
hi there if you want to become a pilot it's not that very hard to become an pilot if you just want to become airlines pilot it's easy .but if you wont to be a British airways pilot so hard to become it's up to you if you are good in this lessons.you also need a good results in gcse. subjects maths very important scince very important English you might need physical education very important geography to know about the countries
Maths is one of the subjects
does anyone know what gcse subjects i will need to take to be a gyneocologist??? ty x
You need to have all sciences (biology, physics and chemistry) and it is obvious that you need to have A's and A*'s to become a peditrician
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What option do you need to be a pilot
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You need to be a charted accountent is maths - GCSE + A leval english - GCSE accountency- A leval
they choose it ;)
No, you don't need a GCSE
You obviously need music. If you want to teach music (as in not instrumental lessons) you will need a music degree of some sorts. You'll also need a C or above at gcse in maths and english.
piloting what subjects do you need like .maths-B .pure maths .physics .accounting how much do you need pay to become one piloting what subjects do you need like . . . . how much do you need pay to become one
It's a good idea if you pass math, physics and chemistry
the main gcse you need to become a police is history.
you need math sceince and a lady
GCSE subjects don't really mean anything in terms of wanting to become a pilot, what you do need though is enough GCSE's to get the A levels needed. GCSE subjects are maths and English at grade C or above (but it is best to aim for A* it is a very competitive job) and the other subjects are optional (even in something like knitwear (if they do it :S) but again as it is so competitive its best to have a more academic subject... sciences, history etc) As for A-level you need to A levels grade G or above I know G! and they can be in any subject (but like the GCSE's the higher the grade, and the more the academic the subject the better) Remember, however that grades don't mean a lot. They are just a type of filtering process to stop time-wasters and social rejects who go into an AFCO and think becoming a pilot is as easy as becoming an infantryman. It's more down to what the person is like and other requirements such as no hay fever etc..
University's like it if you do a language at GCSE, but you shouldn't need it to be a lawyer.
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In short - Yes. Most people are aware that there are a number of "core" subjects which students need to study in order to gain good college and university places, and to succeed in the work place. Typically, GCSE English, GCSE Maths and the GCSE dual Science syllabus are the "big three" subjects in this respect, and most employers and further or higher education establishments stipulate grade C or above for GCSE Maths, GCSE English and GCSE dual science as the syllabus for each of these subjects is considered to teach students skills which are vital for all aspects of life. For more information see Which GCSEs should I take link.
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