I am a private Candidate outside of UK.
I've had a rough year so far. I wrote my IGCSE maths paper recently and it seems that I have messed it up yet again. This is the second time I failed IGCSE maths. Last November, I took the first exam and failed that. I also got a G in Science. I've had and still have severe health problems for 2 years now, as a result I have not been able to do well in my Exams.
I managed to pass English with a "C" but I don't think that's enough for me move forward.
I feel completely hopeless now, I am in fact home schooled so It seems impossible for me get into a regular school with grades as horrible as these. I also cannot work or find a job due to bad health conditions. I desperately wanted to go to College or Take AS/A levels and even University. But How do I continue my education now?
Will I be able to get admission in any schools back in UK Without GCSEs?
I've already lost 2 years of my life because of bad health and I can't even move forward without better results. I can't wait till november to resit them, If there will be any sort of GCSE exams held in the coming month or two? I might be able to take them.
But Without GCSEs will I be able to make it to Year 12 somehow?
What do I do?
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- 11-05-2015 12:04
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- 11-05-2015 13:56
You could try explaining this to schools or colleges. Quite a few colleges are not that strict for grades, I know mine isn't. People managed to get in without the standard 'C' grade in English which is usually required. You have this though so you should be fine. Regarding maths and science again you can resit them too (if you aren't already). Just try apply to a college that doesn't mind that much. They will encourage you to resit exams and even offer free support such as textbooks, revision classes and 1 to 1 tutoring.
I hope you're okay and that things work out. Good luck