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    So basically I did c1 and m1 for the first time today (maths as a whole first time) I don't think that I did very well at all. I am going to do c2 in like a week with my other as. After these tests I will have done my as level. My question is that are my two bad math grades going to influence predicted grades or can I retake before that?

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    (Original post by QUANTAM)
    So basically I did c1 and m1 for the first time today (maths as a whole first time) I don't think that I did very well at all. I am going to do c2 in like a week with my other as. After these tests I will have done my as level. My question is that are my two bad math grades going to influence predicted grades or can I retake before that?
    Your next chance to take these units is next summer, if you are applying through UCAS next year your predicted grades will be done in the Autumn.
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    Your next chance to take these units is next summer, if you are applying through UCAS next year your predicted grades will be done in the Autumn.
    Depressing. Thank you for your reply though.
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    (Original post by QUANTAM)
    So basically I did c1 and m1 for the first time today (maths as a whole first time) I don't think that I did very well at all. I am going to do c2 in like a week with my other as. After these tests I will have done my as level. My question is that are my two bad math grades going to influence predicted grades or can I retake before that?

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    Your predicted grades are generally the same as the grade that you achieve for your AS, but if you have a word with your teachers they may be willing to predict you a grade higher if you need it for university. However bare in mind you will need to actually achieve that grade.
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    Your predicted grades are generally the same as the grade that you achieve for your AS, but if you have a word with your teachers they may be willing to predict you a grade higher if you need it for university. However bare in mind you will need to actually achieve that grade.
    I have got 3 A's already, and assume that I will get 3 A's for those 3 again for the second unit(s). However in Math's I think I have done really really badly and I DO not wish to drop it and want to continue at A2. Now do you see what is concerning me? I have C2 left to do, and if I get a high grade in that, will that help me?
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    (Original post by QUANTAM)
    I have got 3 A's already, and assume that I will get 3 A's for those 3 again for the second unit(s). However in Math's I think I have done really really badly and I DO not wish to drop it and want to continue at A2. Now do you see what is concerning me? I have C2 left to do, and if I get a high grade in that, will that help me?
    Yes it will probably help persuade your teacher, but if don't get the overall grade you need to be immediately predicted for you can speak to your teacher - they are understanding people and they tend to believe in their students. Try not to worry so much, i'm sure it'll work out.
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    (Original post by .:Twilight:.)
    Yes it will probably help persuade your teacher, but if don't get the overall grade you need to be immediately predicted for you can speak to your teacher - they are understanding people and they tend to believe in their students. Try not to worry so much, i'm sure it'll work out.
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