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I've looked around for a college that I can sit Advanced Higher Maths as I did not manage to get it in Secondary school. I have only saw Higher maths in all of the college's I have looked at and am wondering if it is even possible to sit Advanced Higher maths in college.
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I've looked around for a college that I can sit Advanced Higher Maths as I did not manage to get it in Secondary school. I have only saw Higher maths in all of the college's I have looked at and am wondering if it is even possible to sit Advanced Higher maths in college.
Most colleges don't offer AHs, but last time I checked, North East College Scotland offered it

Is there a particular reason you need AH maths, as highers are what universities in Scotland use as the main qualification (mostly, there's a couple of exceptions), and if you're wanting to go down another route, there's probably a different type of course that would be suitable?
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Most colleges don't offer AHs, but last time I checked, North East College Scotland offered it

Is there a particular reason you need AH maths, as highers are what universities in Scotland use as the main qualification (mostly, there's a couple of exceptions), and if you're wanting to go down another route, there's probably a different type of course that would be suitable?
Thank you very much for your answer.
From what you have told me, there isn't actually any reason for me to specifically achieve an Advanced Higher level of Maths as Higher is enough.
I am a bit stupid as I actually thought Advanced Higher was needed to go to University, and I am sorry that you had to spend time writing to me.
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Thank you very much for your answer.
From what you have told me, there isn't actually any reason for me to specifically achieve an Advanced Higher level of Maths as Higher is enough.
I am a bit stupid as I actually thought Advanced Higher was needed to go to University, and I am sorry that you had to spend time writing to me.
Don't apologise, it's okay! What is it you're looking to study at university & are there any particular unis you'd like to study at?
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Don't apologise, it's okay! What is it you're looking to study at university & are there any particular unis you'd like to study at?
Thank you,
I am hoping to do something like Aerospace Science but if I can't do this I will just do something related to Sports & Exercise Science and no I currently don't have any universities in mind that I would like to study at.
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Thank you,
I am hoping to do something like Aerospace Science but if I can't do this I will just do something related to Sports & Exercise Science and no I currently don't have any universities in mind that I would like to study at.
In that case, for first year entry, there won't be any AH requirements at unis in Scotland...That's okay- lots of people don't make the decision until they're preparing to submit their applications. It might be worth having a look on some of the university websites to get an idea of what grades they're asking for, and whether they need any specific subjects as part of that. Hope this helps!
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In that case, for first year entry, there won't be any AH requirements at unis in Scotland...That's okay- lots of people don't make the decision until they're preparing to submit their applications. It might be worth having a look on some of the university websites to get an idea of what grades they're asking for, and whether they need any specific subjects as part of that. Hope this helps!
Will do and thank you so much for spending your time helping me.
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