I'm applying for university in uk for 2015 and currently waiting for my results now. However, all the requirement entries asked for atleast a B or C in Maths. I didn't realize how important maths was until I was looking up universities. My other GCSE's are fine, A*-Cs and my AS results are alright as well. Hopefully my A2s are ok but, Can I still get into universities this year?
I've seen posts saying some are able to get into their unis without their maths or without a C above.
I am retaking my maths this june.
Studying(course that I want) = Psychology
Any help is appreciated.
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Last edited by Izzati Firzanah; 15-01-2015 at 15:16.
- 15-01-2015 15:15
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- 15-01-2015 15:28
As you are retaking, you'll probably get a conditional offer asking for a certain grade at gcse
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- 15-01-2015 15:34
i had a pm from someone yesterday who has had on offer for history without a c in maths
- 15-01-2015 15:40
Some universities will take you for most courses without GCSE Maths, but the more reputable ones generally won't. Ideally you should have emailed them and asked, but it's a little late now with the deadline for applications in three hours. If you're lucky, those demanding a C grade will give you a conditional offer based on it - assuming you put the resit on your UCAS application.