At the top of my list of the 10 easiest GCSEs is **GCSE Food Technology**. This course is the simplest GCSE available and is a safe choice for getting good grades at the end of school. The list of the 10 easiest GCSEs is based on general student consensus. How easily a student finds a subject depends on several factors, such as the amount of memorization required, the complexity of the subject, and the length of the curriculum.

It also depends on the students' prior knowledge, their preferences and their passions. Geography is one of the easiest GCSE subjects. The geography of the GCSE is a straightforward topic, the content is simple and easy to comprehend, and the rating is quite lenient. You can easily get a high grade in geography from the GCSE without much effort. The GCSE Geography textbook is self-explanatory and much of the content is highly applicable and common knowledge. Film studies are one of the easiest subjects in the GCSE.

Most students find it very easy, as it is extremely enjoyable and fun. You must watch movies throughout the course and critically analyze them in terms of cinematography, lighting, sound, accessories and clothing. The absence of complicated **mathematics** and science makes GCSE film studies so easy. Religious studies are one of the easiest subjects in the GCSE. The GCSE Religious Studies is considered so easy because the content is simple and quite straightforward, the exams allow you to express your opinions and points of view, and the curriculum is relatively short.

Another reason why GCSE Religious Studies is relatively easy is that it is so relevant to our lives. In addition, most people are very familiar with the beliefs and practices of other religions. The reason why the GCSE Physical Education is considered to be one of the easiest GCSEs is because the content is simple and straightforward, the curriculum is relatively short, and a large percentage (40%) of the overall grade is based on practical evaluation. In addition to this, a large part of the qualification (40% to be precise) comes from a practical component for which you will have almost unlimited time and resources. You can practice the practice over and over again until you fully master it. These factors together make the GCSE Physical Education one of the easiest GCSEs.

The content is largely simple, there are no difficult concepts or complicated mathematics, and 50% of the grade is based on a practical component not related to the exam. These ingredients together allow **GCSE Design and Technology** to be part of the easiest subjects of the GCSE. The GCSE: Hospitality and Catering are considered easy subjects. This is due to the simplicity of the exams, the ease of learning the subjects, the short duration of the program and the absence of difficult and complicated questions. The table shows that 33.1 percent of students in this subject received a grade of 7, 8 or 9, as shown in the table. I'm sure you don't need me to tell you this (it's very well-known), but **GCSE Geography** is a fairly easy subject to study.

Everyone who wants to maximize their potential (intelligent children) opts for more difficult subjects, leaving **GCSE Film Studies** for everyone else who wants an easy subject. This subject requires students to be involved in their work and, if that sounds like you, this GCSE will be easy. This aspect of **GCSE Catering** surprises most students and is arguably the most difficult part of the course. In addition, all GCSE subjects can be at least bearable if you study effectively and, on the day of the exam, you are fully prepared to face the challenge and succeed. All GCSE students are looking for an easy subject so they can do their best with as little work as possible. While you may want to consider them when choosing your GCSE subjects, you should also think about what your specific skills are and what interests you when choosing your GCSE. There are some applications in article 1, but if you are looking for a subject that mainly questions you about knowledge retention and that doesn't require a lot of paperwork, then **Computer Science** is for you.

This course does not require complex science or mathematics and will allow you to explore new technologies, materials and other technical principles. This table is based on data from Schools Week website which has a complete list of results for each subject over past 3 years. Theater is considered an easy subject because its curriculum is relatively short, its content is easy to understand, there are no difficult mathematical equations and there's a good balance between practical and theoretical work. A key difference between chemistry and physics is increase in amount of mathematics needed to succeed in **GCSE Physics**, something that may explain difference in difficulty between two subjects. This results in more students obtaining these grades than in other subjects where students at all levels take exams.

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is often referred to as an “easy” subject. Sociology definitely an easy subject but you should review concepts, practice questions in previous article & learn structure essay required by examiners.. .