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    Is it possible to move from foundations maths to higher maths in year 10? If so , how?
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    Yes, you have to do very well in tests and get the top marks, if you are to stand a chance of moving up
    However, if in the higher classes, nobody got a low enough score, you would stay in your current class, and as your in year 10, if you move up, you will then have to relearn the stuff you’ve learnt and the higher stuff in your own time, and this could cause you to forget things as you are focusing on the new work and other subjects
    So you could move up, but also there is a chance that you can’t
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    (Original post by Wildnatxox)
    Is it possible to move from foundations maths to higher maths in year 10? If so , how?
    Depends on your school's policy, but if you blitz through the foundation topics, they'd probably be happy to enter you for higher.
 
 
 
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