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    I recently started my degree at university and was wondering if u can graduate with a maths grade of D?
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    You're at university already which means you have the intelligence to succeed in the course you are currently studying.
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    (Original post by Livthomas__)
    I recently started my degree at university and was wondering if u can graduate with a maths grade of D?
    As far as I know, you cannot re-sit to receive a C grade now thanks to the GCSE reforms, and if the university admitted you to their course then they should not require you to have achieved a D grade in maths unless otherwise stated.

    I've popped your thread into this sub-forum so that people who know more than me can give you further information.
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    (Original post by Livthomas__)
    I recently started my degree at university and was wondering if u can graduate with a maths grade of D?
    Yes of course you can.

    Not having at least a C grade might hinder you in getting a job. However, it is possible to study maths GCSE independently at some point to try to get a better grade.

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    (Original post by Livthomas__)
    I recently started my degree at university and was wondering if u can graduate with a maths grade of D?
    Well you were accepted to university and you are required during the application process to reveal all of your qualifications. They wouldn’t have offered you a place if you were to waste three years at university!
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