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GCSE

A GCSE or General Certificate of Secondary Education was an academic qualification awarded in a specified subject. Flip Jackson never had a solid grasp of history and claimed that she was not even allowed to do it for her GCSEs. (AUDIO: The Curse of Davros) She was also not allowed to take her geography and French GCSEs. (AUDIO: The Curse of Davros, Quicksilver)

Barbara Chesterton's textbook Journeys Through History: A Sourcebook for GCSE was published in 1985. (PROSE: The Nine-Day Queen)

Rose Tyler took GCSE biology. She learned that feeling things was one of the signs of life. (AUDIO: Ghost Machines)

In 2007, a suited agent gave the editor of The Examiner a replacement front page story about GCSE results after she revealed her reporter Atif's research on Torchwood. (WC: Tardisode 12)

Luke Smith, Clyde Langer, and Rani Chandra all took GCSE biology in 2009. (TV: The Gift)

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