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    I was wondering if i passed my Gcse Maths at a Private Centre as a Private Candiate after i failed at my first try in Secondary School.How would this work ? Can i lie and just say i passed it at my Secondary School,what difference will it make ?
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    I was wondering if i passed my Gcse Maths at a Private Centre as a Private Candiate after i failed at my first try in Secondary School.How would this work ? Can i lie and just say i passed it at my Secondary School,what difference will it make ?
    you'll have to declare the failed gcse and then declare the one you passed seperately.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    you'll have to declare the failed gcse and then declare the one you passed seperately.
    Will that harm my chances or make me less desirable ?
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    Will that harm my chances or make me less desirable ?
    If it's the only resit you've had to do then it won't make much of a difference
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    If it's the only resit you've had to do then it won't make much of a difference
    I'm wondering if get a Grade 4 in Maths and English which is the most likely outcome what will that do to my chances of a 'good' university in London ? Most demand 5 or above ?
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    I'm wondering if get a Grade 4 in Maths and English which is the most likely outcome what will that do to my chances of a 'good' university in London ? Most demand 5 or above ?
    if you don't meet the gcse requirements then that univerisity is unlikely to accept you.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    if you don't meet the gcse requirements then that univerisity is unlikely to accept you.
    What happens if my AS/A Levels were good and made up for the poor performance in Gcse's.
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    What happens if my AS/A Levels were good and made up for the poor performance in Gcse's.
    universities are generally very strict on gcses so a levels don't really make a difference.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    universities are generally very strict on gcses so a levels don't really make a difference.
    So what do i do then ? I am retaking Gcse Maths Foundation,however the best i believe i can get is a Grade 4.English Language if i do a resit maybe i can push myself to a Grade 5.But if a course like Law,Crimonolgy will Maths be a hinderence ?
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    So what do i do then ? I am retaking Gcse Maths Foundation,however the best i believe i can get is a Grade 4.English Language if i do a resit maybe i can push myself to a Grade 5.But if a course like Law,Crimonolgy will Maths be a hinderence ?
    stick to applying to places that will accept your gcse grades
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    stick to applying to places that will accept your gcse grades
    Arent those the rubbish ones,London Met etc This is the exact reason why i want to resit
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    back again , did you talk to some about paying £200 + pounds for the retake when it should be free
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    back again , did you talk to some about paying £200 + pounds for the retake when it should be free
    Piss off.i have already paid,i couldnt find anywhere to take it for free.
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    Piss off.i have already paid,i couldnt find anywhere to take it for free.
    hm fine , not my money wasted

    lets hope you don't fail again or that's another £200 in the bin
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    hm fine , not my money wasted

    lets hope you don't fail again or that's another £200 in the bin
    I did ask for a refuns,however in their terms and conditions they said 'NO'.I dont know weather to do Higher or Foundation,i am crap at Maths,feels like my life is in jeopardy.
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    I did ask for a refuns,however in their terms and conditions they said 'NO'.I dont know weather to do Higher or Foundation,i am crap at Maths,feels like my life is in jeopardy.
    should of looked at all your options before splashing the cash , gl
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    should of looked at all your options before splashing the cash , gl
    I had no options,i am not currently in Full Time Education.I want to go to a Particular Sixth Form they said to enter Level 3 Courses, you at least need a Grade 4 in Maths.I get that Grade 4 i should be allowed in.I fail,i'll have to go to a college and retake it their as a full time student
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    I had no options,i am not currently in Full Time Education.I want to go to a Particular Sixth Form they said to enter Level 3 Courses, you at least need a Grade 4 in Maths.I get that Grade 4 i should be allowed in.I fail,i'll have to go to a college and retake it their as a full time student
    i'd rather go to the college without spending a penny than have a chance at a sixth form by spending £200 on a gcse retake , but you do you
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    (Original post by Ray_Shadows)
    i'd rather go to the college without spending a penny than have a chance at a sixth form by spending £200 on a gcse retake , but you do you
    You see i dont know weather that college would've allowed me to do A Levels without a Pass in Gcse Maths.They would've hopped me off to BTEc
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    (Original post by Ty457)
    You see i dont know weather that college would've allowed me to do A Levels without a Pass in Gcse Maths.They would've hopped me off to BTEc
    what a-levels do u want to do btw
 
 
 

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