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  • n. the basic level of a subject taken in school

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  • Yesterday*** i had a weird dream where i failed my maths gcse.

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  • Ordered this book for my daughter who needed it for her gcse.

  • Also, i got 11 GCSE A-C 6 years ago, when i did the barb test it was fine but the maths and english threw me (As i wasnt expecting to do it) and i got a level one on both which is a GCSE D-G grade, however as i have my gcse maths and english at a grade B they don't care.

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  • I think I did a gig at school when I was about 16 … me and some classmates were doing gcse music and decided to form a band and we taught a mate who'd never picked up a guitar to play the basslines to come together (beatles) and get myself arrested by gomez.

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  • My daughter wants to move from birmingham to dorset, she is in yr 11. can she move schools this late in gcse? en Español

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