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I want to do A level Maths Next year with Level 3 apprenticeship in IT, I have a grade 6 in Maths GCSE so can I do it in a year.

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I want to do A level Maths Next year with Level 3 apprenticeship in IT, I have a grade 6 in Maths GCSE so can I do it in a year.

Please let me know

Thxx
Of course you are able to (I think?) are you just doing normal Maths? (some schools including the one I am at you only need a 6 in Maths GCSE to do A-level Maths (check though because for some you need a 7 or at least a 7 is what they would prefer)). However i don't know/think you're able to simultaneously be able to do both at the same time (or necessary complete A-level Maths in a year, do only 1 A-level etc ) in you would probably have to do a-levels first then the apprenticeship after, speak to you school and have you thought about doing: Maths, computing and IT for your a-levels and then doing the IT apprenticeship after or simply do the one year AS Maths course known as "Core Maths"?
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Of course you are able to (I think?) are you just doing normal Maths? (some schools including the one I am at you only need a 6 in Maths GCSE to do A-level Maths (check though because for some you need a 7 or at least a 7 is what they would prefer)). However i don't know/think you're able to simultaneously be able to do both at the same time (or necessary complete A-level Maths in a year, do only 1 A-level etc ) in you would probably have to do a-levels first then the apprenticeship after, speak to you school and have you thought about doing: Maths, computing and IT for your a-levels and then doing the IT apprenticeship after or simply do the one year AS Maths course known as "Core Maths"?
Thx bro, but Is it possible for me to do A level Maths and Level 3 apprenticeship alongside? Please let me know bcz I want to learn Online and It's A level Maths not Further Maths, so any prediction that What grade I can Get in a year?
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its gonna be hard, I got an 8 in maths and with a lot of effort ony got an A - even though I was predicted an A*
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Of course you are able to (I think?) are you just doing normal Maths? (some schools including the one I am at you only need a 6 in Maths GCSE to do A-level Maths (check though because for some you need a 7 or at least a 7 is what they would prefer)). However i don't know/think you're able to simultaneously be able to do both at the same time (or necessary complete A-level Maths in a year, do only 1 A-level etc ) in you would probably have to do a-levels first then the apprenticeship after, speak to you school and have you thought about doing: Maths, computing and IT for your a-levels and then doing the IT apprenticeship after or simply do the one year AS Maths course known as "Core Maths"?
Thx bro, but Is it possible for me to do A level Maths with Level 3 IT apprenticeship Alongside? I actually need to A level Maths for My degree.

Please let me know.

Thanks
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I want to do A level Maths Next year with Level 3 apprenticeship in IT, I have a grade 6 in Maths GCSE so can I do it in a year.

Please let me know

Thxx
Its certainly possible.
Some people at my old 6th form did it in 1 year, as they were in the accelerated class who wanted to do both maths and further maths, so they did a-level maths in year 12 and further maths in year 13.
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Thx bro, but Is it possible for me to do A level Maths with Level 3 IT apprenticeship Alongside? I actually need to A level Maths for My degree.

Please let me know.

Thanks
You probably can ask you school and explain to them your situation
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Most colleges will let you do a L3 course with A level maths, but I’m not sure about an apprenticeship. It also makes it more complicated if you want to do it in a year. I would speak to the college and see if they can do it.
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Most colleges will let you do a L3 course with A level maths, but I’m not sure about an apprenticeship. It also makes it more complicated if you want to do it in a year. I would speak to the college and see if they can do it.
Thanks bro, actually I want 3 A levels I'll get 2 A-levels from level 3 apprenticeship and I want A level Maths bcz it Good for A Degree course.
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Don't know about the logistics of actually putting yourself in for it and whether you would be able to do 1 A Level with your apprenticeship but let's say hypothetically you were allowed. I was very close (within a few marks) of a 7 at GCSE for Maths (mainly due to 1 paper which I completely flopped) and I currently do A Levels maths. It's certainly going to be hard work covering everything in 1 year. How much are you realistically prepared to work? Pre-read some of the spec to get a feel for what you'll be doing. At the end of the day though you never know unless you try so.. good luck with it!
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Thanks bro for ur advice, I want to do it bro Bcz I want to do My degree after 2 year from now and I'll work hard for A level I'll practice hard N do it.
I'm worried now.😰😨
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It depends how hard you are prepared to work. I'm doing further maths so I covered the whole a level maths in a year just like you want to. I'm going to be honest, it'll be really tough. All my class pretty much got grade 8 or 9 at GCSE maths and some of us found it tricky to keep up. If you got grade 6 then it's likely you may need a little longer time on topics to get the hang of it, hence why most colleges require at least grade 6 to do even a level maths over 2 years. You also can't do well just by going through the course and moving on. You have to practise then practise some more then practise even more all while reviewing the stuff you do earlier in the course. Be prepared to do at least 16 hours of just maths per week if you're quick. For me it's more close to 20 outside of class, plus the 8 hours in class. It is possible but just know it's not a walk in the park. You don't have to do the A level now, you can take a whole year out and really focus on that as universities that say you need maths don't usually mean just have an a level in maths they expect at least B in most cases. Whatever you choose to do, good luck!
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