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    I've applied to Kent to study Journalism. My AS grades are AAB, in Psychology, Biology and English Lit.
    I have only 3 IGCSE's all A*'s and 1 GCSE A.
    This is because I was forced to leave school due to health problems and I had to teach myself. I now attend college. To enrol I had to take a Maths test as I wasn't able to make maths GCSE exam arrangements.They promised me maths lesson, but this never happened.

    Kent sent me a message asking about my lack of Maths GCSE and whether I would sit 'a maths exam'. I explained the situation and agreed I could take an exam.
    A few hours later I received an invite to an interview.
    Do you think that they'll make me sit a maths exam they have when I attend that?
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    (Original post by beccavettel)
    I've applied to Kent to study Journalism. My AS grades are AAB, in Psychology, Biology and English Lit.
    I have only 3 IGCSE's all A*'s and 1 GCSE A.
    This is because I was forced to leave school due to health problems and I had to teach myself. I now attend college. To enrol I had to take a Maths test as I wasn't able to make maths GCSE exam arrangements.They promised me maths lesson, but this never happened.

    Kent sent me a message asking about my lack of Maths GCSE and whether I would sit 'a maths exam'. I explained the situation and agreed I could take an exam.
    A few hours later I received an invite to an interview.
    Do you think that they'll make me sit a maths exam they have when I attend that?
    They will make you do a test but i doubt it'll contain any of the more difficult topics such as vectors, quadratics etc. it'll prob be arithmetic, long divion and multiplication, adding subtracting, dividing fractions.

    If you're worried ask them about the level of maths in the test, also get a cgp revision guide and go over the basics.

    Good luck
 
 
 
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