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    (Original post by Haniya223)
    there are so many unversities that dont want a B in gcse maths for accounting and finace
    Rubbish ones no offence
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    (Original post by fifasweatyplayer)
    my uncle is an accountant and he says anyone with less than a A at gcse. There job application will just be chucked in the bin and will be unemployed no joke!

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    I meant "their"
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    how where you allowed to do a levels with a c in maths
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    (Original post by fifasweatyplayer)
    how where you allowed to do a levels with a c in maths
    I just checked over the website of the college I've applied for, it appears that you do indeed need a B in Mathematics to do accountancy. Perhaps they let her try accountancy with a C and waited to see if she could put up with the demand?
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    (Original post by Haniya223)
    The course i want to do at university requires a grade B in gcse maths .I have not done maths since last 2 years and now i have 1 month and 15 days till my maths exam.What should i do? how should i revise ? is it possible to get a B or is it too late
    currently I'm revising 8 hours a day for alevels
    Hi again i just wanted to say that just because people on this thread are saying its easy to get a B in maths it does not mean its neccessarily true.you need to face reality as you have not studied maths for 2 years hence aiming for a B would mean a lot of practice. I am not saying that you cant get a B as practice makes perfect right? all i am saying is that individuals are different and getting a B might be easy for some people but whereas hard for others.

    By the way if you got a C in your maths GCSE i dont see any reasons why you should not be aiming for a B at this stage. Good luck with everything.
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    (Original post by German123)
    Hi again i just wanted to say that just because people on this thread are saying its easy to get a B in maths it does not mean its neccessarily true.you need to face reality as you have not studied maths for 2 years hence aiming for a B would mean a lot of practice. I am not saying that you cant get a B as practice makes perfect right? all i am saying is that individuals are different and getting a B might be easy for some people but whereas hard for others.

    By the way if you got a C in your maths GCSE i dont see any reasons why you should not be aiming for a B at this stage. Good luck with everything.
    That is why I said that an A* is far to much out of her reach and also how are you gong to get good accounting at a levels if you got a c in gcse. Are these a levels that you say are good ones that you hope to get not reality and you have done a bit of maths because you are doing accounting
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    (Original post by fifasweatyplayer)
    That is why I said that an A* is far to much out of her reach and also how are you gong to get good accounting at a levels if you got a c in gcse. Are these a levels that you say are good ones that you hope to get not reality and you have done a bit of maths because you are doing accounting
    I think you wanted to reply to the original poster not me?
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    (Original post by fifasweatyplayer)
    That is why I said that an A* is far to much out of her reach and also how are you gong to get good accounting at a levels if you got a c in gcse. Are these a levels that you say are good ones that you hope to get not reality and you have done a bit of maths because you are doing accounting
    You are sort of right but practice makes perfect.
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    (Original post by Haniya223)
    The course i want to do at university requires a grade B in gcse maths .I have not done maths since last 2 years and now i have 1 month and 15 days till my maths exam.What should i do? how should i revise ? is it possible to get a B or is it too late
    currently I'm revising 8 hours a day for alevels

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