Is triple science the same as combined?
Just so, what is the difference between double and triple science?
Double science is two gcses, so you get a core science and additional science gcse, triple science is where you get seperate gcses for biology, chemistry and physics so you get three gcses. So you would sit more exams if you did triple. Additional Science no longer exists as a GCSE.
One may also ask, is combined science easier? Combined science is generally easier, its for those people that do not really like science. It leaves a space open to choose your GCSEs.
In this way, what is triple science called?
Triple Award Science (sometimes known as 'Separate Sciences' or 'Single Sciences') is where students study all three sciences and end up with three GCSEs. They are awarded two GCSE grades based on their overall performance across all three science subjects. This system was introduced in 2006.
Is Triple Science harder than double?
Triple science isn't harder than double. There's just more to learn. I.e triple science is double science + 3 extra modules. But the extra modules aren't harder.