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Fake Pearson Edexcel GCSE

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, is a certificate given to students in the United Kingdom for completing the first stage of Secondary Education Examination. There are one-year GCses and two-year GCses. Compulsory courses include English, Mathematics, Design and Technology, Languages, science, religion, communication technology and Physical education. The GCSE is the British General Junior High School Leaving Diploma, equivalent to China’s junior high school leaving examination diploma. Students move on to A LEVEL after two years of GCSE study. Students’ GCSE results will be used as A reference for A LEVEL and even university places. There are one-year GCses and two-year GCses. Secondary schools in England, Wales and Northern Ireland take a two-year (and in some cases a three-year) course. In the past, the British government made students take the certificate test after they had completed a two-year course. The certificate test is now part of the secondary school curriculum and the final exam is the final result of the test. The tests themselves are made more difficult, replaced by Controlled Assessments. In controlled evaluation, students are required to complete a number of assignments or reports, and the grade is eventually added to the final grade. The criteria for controlled evaluation are usually in the form of tests.

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1. The GCSE is administered and awarded by eight examination boards. There are two levels: general and advanced. The general level is for graduates of the fifth year of secondary school. Candidates are usually 16 years old and are given five grades (A — E), with A — C passing. The Advanced level is for graduates who have studied at the sixth level for two years. Candidates are usually 18 or 19 years old, and their scores are graded on eight scales (A — H), with A — E being a pass.

2. The GCSE is a single subject examination and is awarded with a pass certificate in each subject respectively. A student who passes the prescribed subject examination and achieves the required level will be exempted from the university entrance examination and the pre-examination of the major professional associations. The minimum standard for university entrance requires a pass in four or five subjects, at least two of which should be at A level.

3. In the United Kingdom, students enter the GCSE for two years at about the age of 14. The GCSE system of British schools is very flexible. For Chinese students who have graduated from Grade 3 or are in Grade 1, we recommend them to take a two-year GCSE course, and they can also shorten the learning time based on their English level and school performance. The traditional two-year GCSE is equivalent to the first and second years of high school in China, while the fast-track one-year GCSE (not normally offered in British schools) is equivalent to the second year of high school in China. British schools have three terms in a year, one TERM has three months and two HALF terms. Most schools start in September, while a few schools start in January and April.

4. After entering GCSE, students should choose at least ten to fifteen subjects according to their learning ability. These subjects are divided into compulsory courses and optional courses. Compulsory courses include English, mathematics, Design and Technology, French or German, biology, chemistry or physics, history or geography; Electives include art, biology, business studies, chemistry, economics, French, geography, German, history, humanities, Italian, music, physics, religious studies, Russian, Spanish, and many other vocational subjects to choose from. At the end of the two-year course, A unified GCSE exam is taken. Students’ grades are mainly determined by the exam, with only a few subjects assessed on how well they have worked throughout the year, with grades ranging from A* to G at the top. It also includes U and X, with U being the ungraded equation. X is absent.