in order to study A-level biology the college i had wanted to go to said i needed a minimum of a grade B at biology- which is possible and i needed a grade B at maths which i cannot achieve as i do foundation, what should i do?
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- Thread Starter
- 16-03-2016 22:13
- 16-03-2016 22:19
You can probably appeal. My college says that if you got a B in a science, you shouldn't really bother taking it. However a girl in my Physics class barely scraped a C at GCSE Physics and she's still doing it (which infuriates me because I worked hard for my A*).
Also, see is there are any extra Maths courses outside of school. If not, try to persuade your teacher to let you go up to higher level Maths, and get some really serous tutoring. GCSE Maths really isn't challenging - I think you can do it, it just might take some work if Maths doesn't come naturally to you.