GCSEs are the main qualification taken by 14-16 year olds, but they are available to anyone of any age. Most GCSE exams take place towards the end of the school year, in May and June. The most popular GCSEs, mathematics and English, are also often offered at the beginning of the next school year, usually in October and November. It's worth finding out these dates in advance so you can plan your study schedule.
Both the type of degree and the subjects you choose to study from the age of 14 can have far-reaching consequences at levels A and at the university. So, you need to make sure that your options allow you to take the courses you want in these later stages of education, if you want to avoid a nightmare later on. It has been around for years and is widely used abroad, hence the “me” of Internacional. It is closer to the old level O and is increasingly used by private schools, but the jury does not know if it is more or less challenging than the GCSE.
National qualifications 4 and 5: The Scottish equivalent to GCSEs Faced with widespread dissatisfaction with GCSEs, individual business schools have begun to follow their own path. The GCSE exams will be held in May and June, as usual, and the examining boards have already published their summer final exam schedules. St Paul's Girls' School offers its own alternative visual arts course to GCSE art and its own in-house designed GCSE music course. The GCSE score worked on a letter scale, from A to G, with a GCSE C roughly equivalent to a C at level O.
Students can study for a GCSE recovery at school or university, or with an online tutor such as GoStudent.