I am set to apply to universities for a Maths & Stats degree, all of whom would likely require an A in maths. Whilst i achieved A's in my other 2 subjects last year, I got a B in Maths, so decided to take a gap year and retake a module. Having retaken that module, I think i screwed it up and wont get the required mark to boost it to an A.
So my question really is, will the unis allow me until June to achieve the A I need, through retaking one more module if need be, or will they simply take the result of my January retake and decide from that whether I meet their targets once the result is issued in March, without giving me another chance to secure the grade?
As I originally hoped I would only need to retake this one module in January, that is what i have entered into my UCAS application, i.e. Maths grade Pending January 2010.
Any help, knowledge or advice would be greatly appreciated on this.
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- Thread Starter
- 21-01-2010 01:54
- 21-01-2010 02:07
shouldn't you have already applied if you want to go this year? in which case you'll probably get offers or rejections before module results come through. I doubt that they'll reject you if you still have a good chance of geting a better grade but 2 re-sits won't look very good.