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I have a BA (Hons) in Early Childhood Care and Education. I have applied to many Universities in the UK hoping to get into a PGCE Primary Education course. I hoped to a few offers, however, two of my applications have been unsuccessful as I 'did not meet the requirements for Mathematics' (which is a grade C. I got a C2 in Ordinary level Maths in my Leaving Cert in 2013. Does this mean all my applications will be successful? If so, what are my options? Thanks in advance
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You need to meet the maths and English gcse/Level 2 requirements for teaching. If you don’t then talk to some local FE colleges to get the right qualifications.
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For anyone else in this situation, the requirements for getting into PGCE Primary Education is as follows Minimum requirement in Mathematics: National 5 Maths or National 5 Application of Maths/Lifeskills Maths at Grade C = Irish Leaving Certificate Ordinary Mathematics at Grade B3 / O3Scottish Higher English at grade C – SCQF level 6 = Irish Leaving Certificate Higher English at Grade C3 / H4
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