Unfortunately, not any more no.
(Original post by ryansboro)
Is there a way to take one whole exam in January which is worth 100% of the GCSE then?
- I'm in a problem because I don't want to wait till the summer as the GCSE results are released after the A level results. this could mean I lose out on Accommodation at University.
On your UCAS you can put your current GCSE Maths grade, and put another one as 'pending', and get a teacher to predict you a C grade on your application. Getting a C in GCSE Maths would then form part of your university offer, along with your A-levels, as long as the universities you apply to don't mind you doing it like this. You should phone the universities you are interested in applying to, to see if they would accept it this way. This is all providing your are in your first year of A-levels.
Last edited by Flyteryder; 16-06-2012 at 20:12.
The point is that if you don't have a C in GCSE Maths you will be auto rejected from 99% of universities, no matter what A-levels you have unless you are planning to retake it.
(Original post by Rainingshame)
To be honest an A* in maths/physics/chemistry at A2 is more indicative of your ability than a D at GCSE. What are your subjects?
Last edited by Flyteryder; 16-06-2012 at 20:25.