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basically, i failed maths 2 times so far (first exam was summer 2017) today i had my first paper for maths (retaking GCSE maths) and i did horrible in it but just in case i fail maths again i was wondering would i have to still retake maths at the age of 18 ?
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basically, i failed maths 2 times so far (first exam was summer 2017) today i had my first paper for maths (retaking GCSE maths) and i did horrible in it but just in case i fail maths again i was wondering would i have to still retake maths at the age of 18 ?
Most jobs that are worth their while require maths and English. I honestly don't know how anyone can fail say the foundation paper if you are of normal intelligence. Most is common sense and logic
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basically, i failed maths 2 times so far (first exam was summer 2017) today i had my first paper for maths (retaking GCSE maths) and i did horrible in it but just in case i fail maths again i was wondering would i have to still retake maths at the age of 18 ?
You wouldn’t have to legally, no. Nobody would force you.

But, if you want to progress onto higher education you’d likely need to resit while at university. And, maths and English alongside 5 GCSE passes are pretty essential for most jobs. So it’d be in your best interests to try and pass.

It’s entirely doable, no matter how tricky numbers may seem!
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