Is combined science double award 1 or 2?
Combined Science is a double award GCSE which counts as two GCSEs. The grading scale is doubled, (there are double the marks) so students can achieve one of 17 grades: 9-9, 9-8, 8-8 through to 2-2, 2-1, and 1-1.
What is the difference between single and double award science?
Put simply, if you opt for the single award, once you have completed the course and sat your examinations, you will be awarded one GCSE on a grade of 9-1. However, if you opt for the double award, once you have completed the course and sat the examinations, you will be awarded two GCSE grades of 9-1.
What does B1 mean in double award science?
3.1 Biology Unit B1: Cells, Living Processes and Biodiversity. 9.
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