It will be a grade C or D.
I would say no, because math core is just regular math and gcse math are big tests!
level 6 as a gcse grade is a d
A math scale is a set of numbers or amounts used to measure or compare the level of something .
ugh.. i think most stock brokers would want A in their math and A in AS level math and A in A2 level math lol and also you could do economics, finace and buisness studies/ buisnes management
In the UK it is compulsary to study maths until GCSE. Once you have taken your GCSE in maths you are no longer required to continue into AS and A level however many employers in certain jobs like to see an good A level maths grade. Hope this helps.
GCSE or A levels
A level 8 would be a B in GCSE, and a Level 7 would be a C. Hope this helps! :)
Yes they are the same; only GCSE'S are Modern.
Most 6th forms/colleges require that you have that GCSE at C or above. Also, it is very hard to do A Level Music without GCSE Music.
math english chemisty and physice.................
yes level 2 functional skill English is better than gcse.
No you have to do English at GCSE level as it is a core subject along with Maths and Science. You get 2 GCSE's for English, 1 for language and 1 for literature. But you don't have to do English for your A-Levels after your GCSE's.
yes you can, most sixth forms/colleges have a minimum entry requirement such as 5 C's at GCSE and then further requirement for each subject such as a minimum grade C at GCSE to study A level sociology. As long as you achieve the required grades to get into sixth form, you can do A-levels with foundation level GCSE's.
Yes it's equivalent to A-C GCSE :)
enough perhaps a Gcse.
It depends what level you are doing.
go to a dictionary
I'd strongly recommend it, i did GCSE PE and am now doing A-level PE and it does help so you have a strong foundation to start learning a-level PE. There's a lot i fall back on now when learning things because i already knew them from GCSE, and all of the people in my a-level class that didn't do GCSE dropped out because it was too difficult. Some schools may not let you do do A-level PE unless you've already done GCSE so you should probably check. good luck in whatever you do :-)
You will need Maths and one ofther subject normally English. You will also be advised to gain A level at this sugbject and attend college or university to gain at least a PGCE
The answer is yes. This is because at GCSE level you study a lot of grammar and develop a knowledge about the literature as well, which is required with more detail at A level. This would probably be decided by the teacher, though.