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    Hi Guys,

    So I am currently in the final year of my psychology undergraduate and trying to decide what I am going to do with my life. I am really interested in doing the Computational Neuroscience Masters course at Birmingham uni but it requires a Maths qualification. I only have a C at GCSE maths... I am not great at maths but I was also not interested when I was at school and didnt try and would obviously be better and more engaged now. So Im wondering if I should spend a year and either redo my GCSE maths or try and take an A Level independantly and then apply for the masters course. Does anyone have any advice?

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