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    Hi tsr, I am 21 and considering retaking maths GCSE. My current maths grade is an E. I have tried retaking maths GCSE through a collage which consisted of 1 day a week in 2 hour sessions, I did not commit to revision and achieved a grade E which I blame on myself. One of my concerns in retaking maths GCSE is the new grading system 9-1 in replace of the old A-G, as a mature student looking to retake maths GCSE will the new grading system make it difficult for a 21 year old to retake GCSE maths. Thanks TSR.
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    To be honest the new gcse is quite of a leap with the content that it will be having based on the fact that its going to have nuggets of a level work. I believe you should work towards the november exam which will be the last exam for the old syllabus i believe?
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    ah thank you
 
 
 
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