GCES


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GCESGulf Comparative Education Society (est. 2008)
GCESGorman Crossing Elementary School (Maryland)
GCESGreen Chemistry Expert System (US EPA)
GCESGlen Canyon Environmental Studies
GCESGestion Conservatoire de l'Eau, de la Biomasse et de Fertilité des Sols (French: Management Conservatory Water, Biomass and Soil Fertility)
GCESGulf Coast Engineered Solutions (Woodlands, TX)
GCESGandaki College of Engineering & Science (Népal)
GCESGeneral Crop Estimation Survey (agriculture scheme; India)
GCESGulf Coast Experiment Station (Florida)
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"The only thing the university cares for is for GCEs to be introduced as an acceptable exam to be admitted to the university," said OELMEK.
Qualifications: GCEs. How long in business: 14 years.
He said: "I enjoyed poetry at school when I took my GCEs.
Leaving King James I Comprehensive, Bishop Auckland, with four GCEs and three CSEs she joined a Youth Training Scheme which gave her typing skills before sending her on job placements.
How carefree those days had been when GCEs were a blot on a distant landscape,but then all of a sudden the blot wasn't just clearly visible but hanging over our heads like the sword of Damocles.
Even those of us whose memories of GCEs are fading - I know the S is missing whippersnapper, we're talking O-levels - can't fail to feel a little nostalgic panic at this time of year.
He has his GCEs to attend to first and is in no hurry to join the professional ranks.
Five years ago discussions took place between the education ministry and UCY regarding the admission of students with GCEs. A compromise was reached with the ministry that only three per cent of all students admitted would be GCE holders.
Qualifications: GCEs CSEs, City & Guilds in plate technology
On leaving with an O level in his mock GCEs, the headmaster, Jack Edwards (alias The Baz), said of Harrison: `` He has taken no part in the school activities whatsoever.''
He was born with the last name Crockett, the son of a GPO engineer, and only got a handful of GCEs at Bexley Heath Grammar School in south-east London.
The key to our tables is: * - Do GCEs; - Do A levels; ** - Fewer than five candidates presented for Highers.