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GCSE

noun [C or U] uk   us   /ˌdʒiː.siː.esˈiː/
General Certificate of Secondary Education: a system of public exams taken in various subjects from the age of about 16, or one of these exams, or a qualification from this system: I'm taking six subjects for GCSE. Owen is retaking two of his GCSEs. She's got nine GCSEs, all at grade A.
Translations of “GCSE”
in Arabic شَهادَة الجي سي إس إي (شهادة يحصل عليها الطالب في سن الـ16، في المملكة المتحدة، بعد اجتيازه امتحان في موضوع واحد)…
in Korean 16세의 학생이 과목마다 보는 자격 시험…
in Malaysian GCSE…
in Turkish Birleşik Krallık'da on altı yaşındaki öğrencilerin girdiği sertifika sınavı, Orta Öğretim Genel Sertifika Sınavı, ÖSS benzeri sınav…
in Italian nel Regno Unito, il nome della qualifica o dell’esame dato per singola materia, all’età di 16 anni…
in Chinese (Traditional) (英國學生從16歲左右開始參加的)普通中等教育證書考試, 普通中等教育證書…
in Russian (экзамен на) аттестат зрелости (в Великобритании)…
in Polish (= jeden z egzaminów przedmiotowych dla uczniów w wieku 16 lat)…
in Vietnamese Tốt nghiệp phổ thông trung học…
in Spanish CGES…
in Portuguese na Grã-Bretanha, exame feito pelos estudantes ao terminarem a primeira fase do ensino secundário…
in Thai ประกาศนียบัตรการศึกษาระดับมัธยมศึกษา…
in Catalan examen d’una matèria que es fa al Regne Unit a l’edat de 16 anys o el certificat d’haver aprovat aquest examen…
in Japanese (英)”General Certificate of Secondary Education”(中等教育終了一般資格[の試験]。16歳で受験する)…
in Indonesian GCSE, sertifikat kelulusan SMA…
in Chinese (Simplified) (英国学生从16岁左右开始参加的)普通中等教育证书考试, 普通中等教育证书…
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