10 Hardest GCSE Subjects to Pass

If you are doing your GCSE soon, you may be interested in the hardest GCSE subjects to pass. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving you some very useful tips. As for me, I did my GCSE lon, long ago. Since the whole system has changed a lot, and the types of exams are completely different. At the time we had to pass three obligatory subjects (math, literature and grammar and history), and we had to choose two other ones. So I took up biology and geography.

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Before passing the exams we had a 3-weeks-long break to perepare for our exams. I don’t sayt I should be foloowed, but during the whole break I went to the beach to swim and to have a good time with my friends. So one day, two days before my exams I woke up suddenly in my bed – and thought ‘Oh my God! I will have to sit for my exams and i still haven’t studied anything!!’ so I was up for 48 hours and I just learnt, learnt, learnt. I was extremely tired when I went to school, but half of the class was sent home – so did I. i had to pass the exams only the next day, so I could sleep. My marks were excellent, anyway. But what is GCSE? It is the General Certificate of Secondary Education, usually initialized as GCSE, is the salient academic qualification of the above mentioned regions and was introduced in 1986 as a replacement for the former O Level and CSE examinations.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three  of hardest GCSE subjects to pass.

At first we should see Leisure and Tourism. This course can lead students either to some vocational training or serious college or university studies. The next items on our list are Craft, Design, and Technology.  The issue with technology is of subjective reasons. Some students get on really well with the modern technology and digital era, and some prefer live science. The place of engineering isn’t surprising at all since it comes immediately after the technical subjects. According to the national grading, it had a low percentage averaged of only 40.8 which made it the second hardest subject, but the total average took it to the eighth place.

For any further useful tips read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 hardest GCSE subjects to pass 

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