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eXalin
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I am currently studying level 2 numeracy which I find quite easy, I am self studying GCSE Maths on the side but I am not that confident and don't know if I will pass as its harder without a tutor, all I want is the C grade.

I am applying for kent uni, Canterbury Christchurch and brighton university

has anyone got any advice or expierence they could offer, it would be great for reassurance.

If I don't get a C in maths, I know Canterbury accepts Level 2 numeracy, does this mean that maths would be less difficult than a university such as Kent?

and has anyone else on a psychology course with a LEVEL 2 and not a maths gcse, if so how did they find it?

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Grab a Psychology AS textbook and see how you go with that?
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Okay, well I have an AS book so I'll start having a read.

I just dont understand why Kent ask for GCSE Math C but Canterbury Uni ask for Level 2 equiv, is the work easier in the ****ter uni?
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