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    Now, I acknowledge that I may be thinking ahead here, but I l'm curious as to whether obtaining a C grade in GCSE Maths would affect me when applying for an English Literature course at a decent standard University? Let's say, Lancaster, for hypothetical reasons
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    As long as you get a C and your a level grades are solid it shouldn't be a problem


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    Would that matter if it was at foundation or higher? I'm stressing to an extent as maths is my main downfall and I thought it would be better for me to take the easier way out and just get the C at foundation as it enables me to focus on getting A's in other subjects. Thanks, anyway.
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    (Original post by Kain221298)
    Would that matter if it was at foundation or higher? I'm stressing to an extent as maths is my main downfall and I thought it would be better for me to take the easier way out and just get the C at foundation as it enables me to focus on getting A's in other subjects. Thanks, anyway.
    No it wouldn't make a difference which tier you took. If you feel more comfortable doing the foundation paper and feel it's more likely you'll get a C this way, then go for it
 
 
 
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