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    Please advise me. Will I be able study chemical engineering with these grades and sixth form math/chem/phy?

    Predicted grade and mock grade
    English Language - C C
    English Literature - C N/A
    Mathematics - B C
    Chemsitry - C C
    Physics - C C
    Biology - C C
    Geography - C C

    Thank you.
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    I think you need at least a B in gcse in the subject you want to study at a level
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    (Original post by GCSE_)
    Please advise me. Will I be able study chemical engineering with these grades and sixth form math/chem/phy?

    Predicted grade and mock grade
    English Language - C C
    English Literature - C N/A
    Mathematics - B C
    Chemsitry - C C
    Physics - C C
    Biology - C C
    Geography - C C

    Thank you.
    Surely you can't do Maths, Chemistry and Physics with a B and two Cs in the latter? You are aiming for higher, aren't you?
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Surely you can't do Maths, Chemistry and Physics with a B and two Cs in the latter? You are aiming for higher, aren't you?
    Of course I want at least Bs in my actual GCSEs but I'm working hard from now and my exams can I do it? If i work very hard from now can I go from a C to a B
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    (Original post by GCSE_)
    Of course I want at least Bs in my actual GCSEs but I'm working hard from now and my exams can I do it? If i work very hard from now can I go from a C to a B
    In your sciences, certainly, but I'm not sure about Maths.

    Try MathsWatch or CGP videos; you need to get the hang of pretty much everything to do A-level. At the very least, by now, you should be able to do a quadratic equation (using the formula), for example; can you do this?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MathsWatch...0AAOSwoudW2tI1
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    In your sciences, certainly, but I'm not sure about Maths.

    Try MathsWatch or CGP videos; you need to get the hang of pretty much everything to do A-level. At the very least, by now, you should be able to do a quadratic equation (using the formula), for example; can you do this?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MathsWatch...0AAOSwoudW2tI1
    Hi thanks I've both CGP Maths Buster and Maths Watch but I prefer using Maths Watch. I know the quadratic equation yes as we were taught in school. :-)

    I just want to do really well and I'm doing Edexcel IGCSE Maths if that helps
 
 
 
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