Yes, it is possible to get a level 9 in GCSE Combined Science. However, it depends on various factors such as individual student's ability, preparation, and performance in exams. Level 9 is the highest grade at GCSE and is considered to be exceptional. To achieve a level 9, a student must demonstrate a deep understanding of the subject matter, excellent recall and application of knowledge, and a high level of problem-solving skills.
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