If you fail a GCSE do you have to resit it?
I have my GCSE's next year, and in Wales you're forced to take Welsh for GCSE, because it's compulsory. Which is ridiculous because, not many people speak Welsh and it's a dying language, it's a waste of the GCSE that could be used on a much better subject, that could help you get a job, and I am already taken a language for GCSE, anyway.
And please don't say you'll need it because you live in Wales etc, because I'm moving as soon as I finish school, because my siblings live in London, so I've already planned to live with them.
And also in my school you're only allowed to choose 3 subjects for GCSE which isn't enough really.
Anyway when I get into GCSE, I'm going to purposely fail Welsh or just get a bad mark, so will I have to resit it? Or can I just leave it?
I want to focus on the more important things, that'll help me get the job I want, English, Maths, Science, Spanish etc.
I don't have time to learn about a subject I don't need.
So if I fail it, can I resit it?