I worked out roughly that I have a grade E in the non-calculator paper, and now I'm stumped. I got an E the first time round in Year 11 and then got a E and D in Year 12 with a few marks off a C. Obviously there's still the non calculator paper left but there's no way I can pick up 50 marks for the C.
I have an offer from a Uni for Literature & History and they accepted me mostly due to my AS grades (AAB) yeah I know, it's ridiculous, I can't pass GCSE maths but I did OK at AS, I just can't wrap my head around it. They have not asked about maths but I need to get ABB or an A in the EPQ for the BBB offer, which is fine.
Only issue now is that I know I NEED that C grade in maths, as I want to teach secondary level (hopefully) after my degree. I just don't know what to do. I mean I can get into uni (I think) but I just don't want the weight of GCSE looming over my mind.
Anyone been in a similar situation? Did you do GCSE alongside your degree? This is just so frustrating.
P.S it was the Edexcel higher paper.
Think I've failed for the fourth time..
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