Moved to Scotland without a C in Maths GCSEWatch this thread
So I am in incredibly desperate need of help and guidance. I sat my maths foundation gcse maths exam last year and as expected, I got a D. This was to none of my surprise and I was already aware that I would retake it at college. However due to reasons, my family and I moved to Scotland. I was studying A levels along side with my maths but now moving to Scotland I will be doing highers and the school haven't decided whether to put me in s5 or s6. Without any knowledge of national 5 maths I am terribly worried about even standing a chance. How can I help myself get a pass? Also would I even be able to take nat5 maths in s6? I really need maths for uni and (good) jobs so please help me out if you can!
I failed the maths GCSE years ago and went back and did the Nat 5 last year for a course I am doing. It made a lot more sense this time around.