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i believe this was the last time you can resit the old GCSE, from next year you'd have to do the new 9-1 spec.
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Hi there! Just tagging in some members that can help you out with this
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What apprenticeship are you doing. You're not alone there's been a decline in the pass rates on the legacy paper you took unfortunately you'll have to resit the new spec
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I am afraid that you would indeed have to sit the new reformed linear GCSE Mathematics specification (Grades 9-1). It is no longer possible, going forward, to re-sit the old legacy GCSE Mathematics specification.

Unfortunately, I suspect you might find it hard trying to find a school or college who would accept you as a private candidate. The number of schools, in particular, accepting private candidates has rapidly declined over the years.

So whilst you could sit the new reformed linear GCSE Mathematics specification as a private candidate, I fear you might struggle to find a school or college willing to accept you.

Whatever you choose to do the very best luck.

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