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GCSE

noun   /ˌdʒiː·siː·esˈiː/
in the UK, an exam in one subject that students take at the age of 16, or the qualification itself examen de una materia que se hace en el Reino Unido a los 16 años o el certificado de haber aprobado dicho examen Katie got nine GCSEs.
(Definition of GCSE from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

GCSE

abbreviation, noun /ˈdʒiːˌsiːˌesˈiː/
short for General Certificate of Secondary Education; (in England and Wales) a examination in a range of subjects taken by students aged 15 or 16 CGES He takes his GCSEs next year.
(Definition of GCSE from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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