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    So i got a b in maths and planning on retaking however i am doing math a level at the same time. The question is should i retake in November or June???






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    (Original post by Sayf E Ghenaiet)
    So i got a b in maths and planning on retaking however i am doing math a level at the same time. The question is should i retake in November or June???






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    if you have met the requirements then you dont have to resit, if not then try to do in November and see if you can boost up your grade
    do it whenever you feel confident :cute:
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    Yes but for my specific course at uni i need a gcse maths


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    I think most people retake in November - it might also be better to do it as soon as possible just because I'm not really sure what's going on with the new specifications & when the old one will stop being examined etc..?
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    yeah november is best - as the maths stuff in class won't be so hard you can focus on your gcse at the moment
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    (Original post by Sayf E Ghenaiet)
    So i got a b in maths and planning on retaking however i am doing math a level at the same time. The question is should i retake in November or June???

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    If I were you I would definitely retake in November. November is the last time you'll be able to take the maths exam on the old specification. If you take it in June, you'll need to have learnt the 9-1 specification.
 
 
 
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