University's like it if you do a language at GCSE, but you shouldn't need it to be a lawyer.
if your school offers then: health and social care
You should audition for a movie,or get a role of a movieor join a drama school take drama as a GCSE
what gcse do i need to become a paramedic
as many as possible
you need alot more than gcse, but to progress on to a-level you need at least 5 a-c's and to get on a uni law course you'll need 3 a's and b's.
You will have to check with your school, I know a student who did a polish gcse at my school.
Definaltely science but not sure what else
the main gcse you need to become a police is history.
how many Gcse do i need to be a firefighter
You should contact your school or your exam board.
make good grades and do the best you can, even if you have to become geek, because in the long run, life will be great because of your smartness
No, you don't need a GCSE
you need history, business studies (GCSE) try to get good grades as this will be really good for becoming a lawyer .
Please edit if you know. Your high school might have a person who you can talk to about GCSE and A-level choices and your job prospects. They give very detailed and helpful information about what you can become through your qualifications.
if you are in Year 9 then i would suggest to you that you should pick triple science. Triple science would be a great help! Chemistry, physics and biology. sociology would also help. you would need to go to a dental school after college. for work experience, you should pick your closest dentist.
To be a news reader most employers look for a gsce in News Reading, if your school did not do News Reading then you can attend courses in various colleges that give you a gcse in News Reading, you will definately become a news reader with this gcse
No but you can get a GCSE in dance which sort of includes ballet. That's what they do at the Royal Ballet school.
Its hard to tell if you don't put your GCSE results up.
you should take A) Geography B) Electronics C) Computer Science