I was looking at universities and the course that I want to do has entry requirements of AAB including a B in GCSE Maths. I sat my Maths GCSE a year early (in year 10) but I only sat foundation, I got a C and decided to drop it because I was told I would get extra English and Science help, which never happened. When I asked if I could do maths again I was told that I couldn't. Therefore I only have a C. If I got AAB in my A-Levels, would they still consider me? It's a university which has really strong links with my sixth form, the course is Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health.
If I have a really good personal statement and reference then could I still get an offer? It's my dream university.
Would I still get an offer without a B in GCSE Maths? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 10-04-2013 13:26
- PS Reviewer
- 10-04-2013 15:53
You would need to check with the university.