(Original post by bestofyou)
Yes however Mr. Dunne has no idea how much work has gone into the grade achieved.
I don't get why people ask if they are good enough for one subject by giving people a GCSE grade and no other information.
I got a grade C in Maths, am I good enough for A-level?
PS. I should probably add that I did no revision, fed my coursework to my dog instead of handing it it. Got pissed off my head on potcheen (which turned out to be bad) the night before my test and suffered the most violent reaction to the stuff just one quarter into the paper before passing out.
Then for my calculator paper I decided to approach the test sober and without a hangover. So I decided to sort myself out with a escort the night before to keep my mind off the test. Everything was going well, until about 2am when I realised we would probably not get any sleep that night. She made me breakfast at 7am and slipped acid in my cereal because I had sex with her 5 times but only paid for 4. It obviously hadn't worn off by the time I got to the test at 9.15am and couldn't understand a single quesiton. Alledgedly I was so out of it I thought my pens were a knife and fork and I ate the last quarter of the paper for lunch.
However by Mr.Dunne's logic I shouldn't do A-level maths.
OP stop asking stupid questions without providing us with the required infomation.
If you worked your ass off to get a grade C/B then I would say no.
If you were entered for foundation tier and did no revision to get a C grade I would say yes however enjoy your summer from your bedroom revising higher tier if you want to do well at AS-level
If you did foundation tier and got a C with loads of work, I think it is pretty self explanitory you shouldn't touch A-level with a barge pole.
All in all, if you get above a grade C with minimal revision for maths then I say you should do the A-level if you do some revision over the summer to ensure you are at a decent standard for the AS-level. However regardless of the grade, if you don't intend on putting the work in don't do A-level maths. In fact don't do A-levels at all...