#1
Hi, I have to do some pointless "Le-Cap" form just to stay on in school next year, and I have to say whether I am doing a GCSE Short, Single, Double or Entry Level 1.

WTF does this mean?

Thank you!
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#2
- Short is less of the curriculum than normal and tends to have two exams, one of which is entered earlier (January exam and then summer as normal)
- Single gives 1 qualification award which is the standard grade, which is what you want
- Double gives 2 qualification awards (technically speaking; also known as Dual Award)
- Entry level 1 I have no idea

But yeah, you will want Single if you haven't been specifically told otherwise
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Last edited by Liam. at Jan 11, 2009,
#4
Quote by stef123
Hi, I have to do some pointless "Le-Cap" form just to stay on in school next year, and I have to say whether I am doing a GCSE Short, Single, Double or Entry Level 1.

WTF does this mean?

Thank you!


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#5
Entry level is the lowest level GCSE you can get. It's below foundation, and all the others have already been said.
#6
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Entry level is the lowest level GCSE you can get. It's below foundation, and all the others have already been said.

Oh of course, I forgot there was foundation and higher
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