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    I honestly don’t know what to do.
    Here’s the story I got a C in my gcse ccea t2 paper 122/125 and now I’m doing t5 to complete the c I’m getting so stressed out because I don’t want to go onto a levels with a c in maths could any one guide me if it’s possible to get more than a c or is it to late to tell my teacher I want something higher
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    (Original post by Muqadim)
    I honestly don’t know what to do.
    Here’s the story I got a C in my gcse ccea t2 paper 122/125 and now I’m doing t5 to complete the c I’m getting so stressed out because I don’t want to go onto a levels with a c in maths could any one guide me if it’s possible to get more than a c or is it to late to tell my teacher I want something higher
    Um, T2/T5 carries a maximum of a C as it is foundation tier mathematics, you could probably sit T3/T6 in one year if you really wanted which would allow you to get upto an A, I would really ask a maths teacher in school about your options, if you need any help pm me and I will try to help you as I did ccea maths myself
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    Um, T2/T5 carries a maximum of a C as it is foundation tier mathematics, you could probably sit T3/T6 in one year if you really wanted which would allow you to get upto an A, I would really ask a maths teacher in school about your options, if you need any help pm me and I will try to help you as I did ccea maths myself



    Cheers, thanks a bit random but would you know if there’s school in the Northern Ireland tomorrow as there’s a hurricane coming and the south gets a day off.... but I’ll make sure to ask my maths teacher
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    Cheers, thanks a bit random but would you know if there’s school in the Northern Ireland tomorrow as there’s a hurricane coming and the south gets a day off.... but I’ll make sure to ask my maths teacher
    Yeah pretty sure there will be school tomorrow, of course I'd check on BBC in the morning and you'd probably get a text from the school if your off, had 1 day of the school closing in 6, nearly 7 years of going there and that was due to industrial action
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    (Original post by Muqadim)
    Cheers, thanks a bit random but would you know if there’s school in the Northern Ireland tomorrow as there’s a hurricane coming and the south gets a day off.... but I’ll make sure to ask my maths teacher
    Turns out most schools are closing haha
 
 
 
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