Any degree courses that don't require GCSE Maths?

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Anonymous444456
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My original goal was to go onto a nursing degree. I started my access course without GCSE maths or English.

Started the GCSE maths and English about 3 months ago and I can tell you without a doubt I'm going to fail the GCSE maths. I know it and my tutor knows it!

This is my 4th attempt at GCSE maths and its going to be my last.

I realize that I have no chance at getting onto a Nursing degree without GCSE maths. I think I need to change my goals and ambitions for what I'm going to be doing.

I have a level 2 in IT, level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in IT, GCSE B in Art, Functional skills level 2 in English, Functional skills level 1 or 2 in maths (can't remember) and a few other things that I can't remember off the top of my head. Will of course have the Access to Nursing course completed in about 4 months too.

My UCAS application needs to be in by the 6th of December due to the policies of the organization who runs my access to nursing course.

Can people please recommend me what degrees can be gotten onto without GCSE maths? and if possible what universities I can do these at without the GCSE.

Thank you everyone
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Pretty sure gcse maths is required for everything... Gcse (or equivalent) maths and english are just considered requirements by the government, unis, etc
By all means, someone correct me if im wrong.
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keep trying gcse maths. i’m in the same position as you. i’m prob gonna fail for the fourth time. but it’s okay. don’t give up on ur dreams. gcse maths ain’t that hard. u just have to work harder
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