GSCE

AcronymDefinition
GSCEGeneral Certificate of Secondary Education (UK)
GSCEGas Source Control Equipment (semiconductors)
GSCEGraduate School in Chemical Engineering (Finland)
GSCEGeneral Support Center Europe
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One of last year's winners was Gavin McCran who picked up the GSCE Achievement Award, as well as the Outstanding Achievement Award.
"We have too many youngsters dropping out after compulsory education because of low GSCE pass rates and this is one of the major barriers to widening participation in higher education post-16."
The 16-year-old's amazing mark has seen him shortlisted for the GSCE Student of the Year award, run by examining board AQA.
Councillor Jon Hunt wants the city's education authority to introduce similar measures which have seen Caribbean boys improve GSCE results by 21 per cent in the last six years.
Gateshead sits proudly eighth in the country for GSCE attainment but slips to 107th for A-levels.
A BIRMINGHAM school has been praised by Education Secretary Ruth Kelly after seeing its GSCE results improve by 200 per cent.
TEN-YEAR-OLD William Milligan was a picture of happiness yesterday after he was awarded an A in his GSCE Photography exam.
This year's examination results were also outstanding with 80.8% of girls achieving A or B grades at A level and over 75% of girls getting A* and A grades at GSCE.
Meanwhile, the Education Secretary announced that Britain's brainiest primary school pupils will be allowed to sit Maths GSCE aged 11.
The Pingle Academy, in Swadlincote, Derbys, congratulated pupils on their "GSCE" results.
Callum Cheng is off to Shrewsbury Sixth Form College to study A-levels in maths, IT and computer science having got nine GSCE passes at grade 6 and above.
THE National Careers Service is a name which will very much be in the minds of numerous young people as they await the results of their GSCE and A-level exams this summer.