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    I'm appearing my IGCSEs in January 2014. I am weak in maths and I hate maths, but I find physics very interesting. If you talk about career, I'm interested in the medical sector as I love Biology, and if I dont get into medical school then I want to be an airline pilot (I'm already a flight simulator pilot lol some real life pilots say that flight simulator is more difficult than real world flying lol)
    I have appeared Maths GCSE in January 2013, and I got a C... Should I keep my C and concentrate on other subjects or should I resit maths? Thanks for helping, I'm really confused as to what I should do :confused:
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    (Original post by TheSSman)
    I'm appearing my IGCSEs in January 2014. I am weak in maths and I hate maths, but I find physics very interesting. If you talk about career, I'm interested in the medical sector as I love Biology, and if I dont get into medical school then I want to be an airline pilot (I'm already a flight simulator pilot lol some real life pilots say that flight simulator is more difficult than real world flying lol)
    I have appeared Maths GCSE in January 2013, and I got a C... Should I keep my C and concentrate on other subjects or should I resit maths? Thanks for helping, I'm really confused as to what I should do :confused:
    In my opinion, I think you should resit Maths, it is important in almost any career to have Maths at GCSE level at least. And if one day you do decide to go down the career of becoming an airline pilot, you will definitely need to have Maths at A-level.

    Work on your maths and if you still cannot do it, get a tutor to help. It might be hard work but it's very important to have.
 
 
 
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