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so i was doing higher for maths from year 7, 8,9 when i started year 10 i was told that i was going to foundation for maths i was gutted and still am
i asked if there was any Chance of moving up and they said no.
is it like possible if i can do maths higher privately if so could you tell me how it works .
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so i was doing higher for maths from year 7, 8,9 when i started year 10 i was told that i was going to foundation for maths i was gutted and still am
i asked if there was any Chance of moving up and they said no.
is it like possible if i can do maths higher privately if so could you tell me how it works .
No you can't do both - the exams are on at the same time. Year 10 is very early to make a decision on the level - can your parents get involved?
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No you can't do both - the exams are on at the same time. Year 10 is very early to make a decision on the level - can your parents get involved?
dammn so i would have to cancel my foundation paper and do higher privately or it doesn't work that way , yeah my parents want to have a meeting but i really doubt they would let me do higher
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dammn so i would have to cancel my foundation paper and do higher privately or it doesn't work that way , yeah my parents want to have a meeting but i really doubt they would let me do higher
What sort of grades are you getting?

We don't make a final decision until December of Year 11.
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What sort of grades are you getting?

We don't make a final decision until December of Year 11.
my last assessment i got a grade 5 (higher paper )
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my last assessment i got a grade 5 (higher paper )
Why on earth have you been put down to Foundation then?
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Why on earth have you been put down to Foundation then?
i generally dont know , hopefully they let me do higher
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i generally dont know , hopefully they let me do higher
I teach Maths - the only people who would be just doing Foundation topics in Year 10 would be those at grade 1 or 2.
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I teach Maths - the only people who would be just doing Foundation topics in Year 10 would be those at grade 1 or 2.
oh okay, im just waiting on up coming tests so i can prove my self . Thanks for the information
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oh okay, im just waiting on up coming tests so i can prove my self . Thanks for the information
That was how it worked when I taught in a comp - anyone working at 3 or above in Year 10 would be a group being taught some higher topics to see how they get on with them. Final entry tier decided after Year 11 mocks.
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That was how it worked when I taught in a comp - anyone working at 3 or above in Year 10 would be a group being taught some higher topics to see how they get on with them. Final entry tier decided after Year 11 mocks.
year 11 mocks ,wow i have a lot of time to move up / prove my self
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year 11 mocks ,wow i have a lot of time to move up / prove my self
Only if you are being taught Higher content .... check what your school is doing.
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Only if you are being taught Higher content .... check what your school is doing.
since the start of year 10 i have been doing foundation , but im learning the higher topics on the side , in case of any chances
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