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    Ok, so I took a risk by not re-taking my Maths GCSE as I got a C, but for Psychology most uni's prefer a B grade in the subject at GCSE level.

    Most of my choices said a B grade would be preferred but they accepted me and the only uni that I'm still waiting for is Sussex to study Psychology with a foundation year- they specifically asked for a B grade.

    I took a risk as it was a new course and one of the optional modules 'working with numbers' said that only a C grade was required.
    I also heard that because it is a new course they are being really slow with the offers.

    Should I email them to find out or is it a definite no?
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