How Many Times Can I Enter My GCSE Exams?
It is possible to complete a number of GCSE courses in one year. Provided you could revise everything you did in your first year of GCSE in England and teach yourself everything on the second year specification, I don’t see anything stopping you from taking your exams at the end of this year. A brilliant organisation that helps many overseas GCSE students is NEC – National Extention College. Of course another option, arguably the better one, would be to take the three-year International Baccalaureate, which is a better qualification that is equivalent to GCSEs and A Levels/BTECs combined. You could probably enrol into an English school in Singapore without too much difficulty to do this. Do some online research. It all depends where you’re going to be and what you intend to do following GCSEs. Good luck.