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    So, I took my A levels in 2012 and since I have got a Bachelors degree and currently doing a Masters as well as an Accounting diploma. However, my grade C in maths absolutely haunts me (because i love maths), so i reallllllly want an A!!

    I'm just scared that my grade won't improve because the grade boundaries are SO close. When i do practice papers, i find that the questions i lose marks on are the 'show that m and n are equal when n is a prime number....' for example, or not putting my answers in the correct form, or not fully finishing the question/misunderstanding the question which are things that are hard to revise or improve on.

    I just don't know what to do?!
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    (Original post by gabriellenlewis)
    So, I took my A levels in 2012 and since I have got a Bachelors degree and currently doing a Masters as well as an Accounting diploma. However, my grade C in maths absolutely haunts me (because i love maths), so i reallllllly want an A!!

    I'm just scared that my grade won't improve because the grade boundaries are SO close. When i do practice papers, i find that the questions i lose marks on are the 'show that m and n are equal when n is a prime number....' for example, or not putting my answers in the correct form, or not fully finishing the question/misunderstanding the question which are things that are hard to revise or improve on.

    I just don't know what to do?!
    Obviously you don't need to redo your maths A-level because you now have a undergraduate and soon a graduate degree. Do you remember your module grades for your maths exam? And when does your masters end?
 
 
 
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