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Manchester University requires a grade 6/B in maths GCSE but I have a grade 5, is it worth applying for that course? I've emailed them and they have said a grade 5 is considered a low B anyway. I want to become a physician associate so I'll have to do an undergrad but I'm worried that in 4 years time (new GCSE system would be more understood by universities) they may change their mind and then would want everyone to get a 6 and 5 may be considered a C. And I'll be in a problem as I won't be able to do the degree I intended to do. I'm so confused...
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Go for it.
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(Original post by Magnolia0)
Manchester University requires a grade 6/B in maths GCSE but I have a grade 5, is it worth applying for that course? I've emailed them and they have said a grade 5 is considered a low B anyway. I want to become a physician associate so I'll have to do an undergrad but I'm worried that in 4 years time (new GCSE system would be more understood by universities) they may change their mind and then would want everyone to get a 6 and 5 may be considered a C. And I'll be in a problem as I won't be able to do the degree I intended to do. I'm so confused...
Live for today I guess, don’t live in fear. A 5 is a high C low B, whether they change the pass rate a 5 will still be a high C low B they can’t change what the number is.
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