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    Hi, I got a B in IGCSE Mathematics recently. I'm going to do GCSE Maths in the summer and work hard to get an A. I'm considering doing Mathematics A-Level but I'm not sure that I can cope with it. Bearing in mind that GCSE Maths isn't the easiest for. It's more preferred for Medicine, which I want to go down but I'm not sure if I will be able to do it. Should I jut do another subject alongside Biology and Chemsitry as Maths with Stats is too difficult or should I give it a go?
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    Hi, I got a B in IGCSE Mathematics recently. I'm going to do GCSE Maths in the summer and work hard to get an A. I'm considering doing Mathematics A-Level but I'm not sure that I can cope with it. Bearing in mind that GCSE Maths isn't the easiest for. It's more preferred for Medicine, which I want to go down but I'm not sure if I will be able to do it. Should I jut do another subject alongside Biology and Chemsitry as Maths with Stats is too difficult or should I give it a go?
    Hey there,

    I think it isn't a good idea for you to choose Mathematics A Level. Though as we all know a few exams results don't exactly identify our Mathematical skills. Maybe if you try to do easy AS Level questions it may help you understand if you are capable of doing it or not. Also, as your teacher for advice – they will know your capabilities much better than anyone on TSR would.

    I hope this helps.
 
 
 
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