It’s GCSE Results Day

Today is the day most 15/16 year old have been waiting for! Well, and yourself & your partners as well as and the children’s grandparents – All of the family really! It’s GCSE Results day !!

How has the day been for you? Has it been a nail biting experience? Did your child get the result you were hoping for? Or maybe even better !

The pupils work so hard for their results throughout their school years and today is the day! Will you be out celebrating? Throwing a party, Inviting their friends over or going out for a family dinner!?

As the final teenagers nervously collect their grades, we are wondering if you had to take their test would you get the same result?

See if you could answer some of these GCSE questions correctly:

Why do plants need Nitrate Ions? To produce Proteins, To make starch for storage, To make fatty acids

What is the correct description of a gene? A section of a protein, A section of an enzyme, A collection of enzymes, A section of DNA in the nucleus of a cell

What is a 10-side polygon called? Dodecagon, Octagon, Decagon, Hexagon

A 10-sided die with sides numbered one to 10 is thrown. What is the probability of throwing a number less than 4? 2/10 or 0.2, 3/10 or 0.3, 4/10 or 0.4

In what year were women over the age of 21 given the vote in the UK? 1918, 1928, 1938, 1948

How do you think you done? Could you work through many many though exams like these?
The answers are:
To produce protein, A section of DNA in the nucleus of a cell, Decagon, 3/10 or 0.3, 1928

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