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Do you need Science GCSE to get into a six form or college?

It all depends on what type of course you want to take when you apply to sixth form/college. Check the grade requirements for the course you plan on taking. Generally a Science GCSE is only necessary for science based courses.

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yes, you need B grade or above to get into college

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