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GCSE Results 2015 has been declared by the examination board of UK. The candidates can check their results from CCEA and Edexcel Official websites. The candidates who have appeared in the given exam can get the whole detailed information regarding the result, Check Here.

GCSE Results 2015

GCSE Results 2015 has been declared by The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE). The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academically rigorous, internationally recognized qualification awarded in a specified subject, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland over two years. There is many changes in previous educational qualifications in the United Kingdom.

Here is One of the main changes to previous educational qualifications in the United Kingdom was to allow pupils to complete coursework during their two years of study, which was marked by their teachers and contributed to their final examination grade. The exams are being revised to make them more difficult such as testing skills from a whole text in English instead of part of a text. In secondary schools, GCSEs are compulsory in the core subjects. The only requirement is that in state schools English, mathematics, science and physical education are studied during Key Stage 4 (the GCSE years of school).

In England and Northern Ireland, pupils following the national curriculum (compulsory in state schools) must also study some form of information communication technology (ICT), and citizenship. In Wales, Welsh (as a first or second language) must also be studied. These subjects do not have to be taught for any examination (or even be discrete lessons), though it is normal for at least English, mathematics and science to be studied to GCSE level.

Result Date:- 20/08/2015

Results Status:- Available Now

The Following Compulsory subjects are included in GCSE exam:-

  • English (pupils can take one of two ‘routes’):
    Two GCSEs: English Language and English Literature
    One GCSE: English
  • Mathematics
  • Welsh or Welsh Second Language (in all state schools in Wales)
    Many Welsh schools offer Welsh Literature along with the language course
  • Irish in Irish-medium schools in Northern Ireland
  • Science (pupils can take a number of different ‘routes’):
    One GCSE: Science (which includes elements of biology, chemistry, and physics) Often referred to as Core Science.
    Two GCSEs: Science and Additional Science (a more academic course)
    Two GCSEs: Science and Additional Applied Science (a more vocational course)
    Two GCSEs: Double Award Applied Science (a very vocational course) (also known as Dual Award or Double Science)
    Up to three GCSEs: Biology, Chemistry and Physics as separate GCSEs (known as a Triple Award or Triple Science)
    Several other science based GCSEs are available to pupils in many schools. These include GCSE Astronomy and Geology.
  • Religious Education (short or full course) and ICT are often compulsory, depending on the school.

Important Links:-

Candidates are advised to stay in touch with the official website of GCSE at  www.ocr.org.uk for GCSE Results 2015 or stay connected with us for latest updates regarding the results.

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Updated: April 15, 2016 — 3:42 pm

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