Double Science (also known as Combined Science) is where students study all three sciences. At the end of their study, they are awarded two GCSEs. This is because they cover around a third less content than triple science students.
Is Triple Science called combined science?
The GCSE Combined Sciences programme is also known as Triple Sciences because it includes the three core science subjects: physics, chemistry, and biology. Historically, when GCSEs were introduced in 1988, students had the option to choose among the three science subjects.
What is triple and combined science?
Combined Science is worth two GCSE qualifications and comprises separate units in biology, chemistry and physics. Triple Award Science offers students the opportunity to gain three distinct GCSEs in biology, chemistry and physics.
Is combined science double or triple?
Double Award Science, also known as Combined Science, is where students study all three sciences – Biology, Chemistry and Physics but end up with two GCSEs across all three-science subjects.
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