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I am a CBSE students (Graduated from highschool this year) and I was wondering if it is possible to write the GCSE math exam as a private candidate and can I use these marks to apply to universities ? Our math exam this year was very difficut
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(Original post by mo7md2022)
I am a CBSE students (Graduated from highschool this year) and I was wondering if it is possible to write the GCSE math exam as a private candidate and can I use these marks to apply to universities ? Our math exam this year was very difficut
Well isn't CBSE the Indian board? Well since you have graduated from high school, there's no need of doing the GCSE's because they are equivalent to CBSE exam (taken in year 10) Also have you done the O levels or whatever you call them in India? Those would be equivalent to AS levels or A levels, sorry I am not very sure about it, but my cousin did the CBSE's. If you really wanted to gain an extra qualification, do A level Math... :/
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