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JoeyTrott
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Can I sit both higher and foundation gcse maths?
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I believe the exams are at the same time for each exam board normally, so I doubt it unless you're sitting separate exam boards for each.

I'm not sure I see any point in doing so anyway - if you are capable of potentially getting better than a C you should sit higher, and if not you should sit foundation. Your teacher however will be the one to assess your ability and put you in for a particular one (although you may be able to present a case to take the higher paper instead of foundation possibly).
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(Original post by JoeyTrott)
Can I sit both higher and foundation gcse maths?
Not in the same exam period
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No, but why would you want to anyway? Surely you know whether you’re good enough for above a C or not.
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