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try to work really hard on gsce maths. tbh biology doesn't have THAT much maths in it but chemistry has quite a lot so if you don't feel that confident in maths, i would say you can still do biology but maybe try something else instead of chem? but if your gcse chemistry is quite good then i dont see why you can't do chemistry
As long as you can rearrange equations and input numbers you'll be fine. I do chem and bio at a level and it's not too challenging - someone i know failed maths at gcse and is finding bio maths ok. You can always practice some maths along side your a levels ?
Don’t bother with physics if you can’t even get a 5 at GCSE it has more maths than maths does I dropped it after a month as it was so hard and I got an 8 in 2019. took up business instead.
But is there any point on working hard on gsce maths as they’re cancelled? And I have considered not taking chemistry, if I don’t get a 6 in maths (which I doubt I will) I have no choice but to not take it
why do you have no time to revise? and even if we don't go back properly, there would probably still be an alternative exam that students can do if they're not happy with the grades that their teachers gave them (like the autumn exams in 2020) so you still do have a chance to get a higher grade in maths
Chemistry you probably need a 7 in maths from the things I have seen from friends in the second year, esp if you don't do A-Level maths
Biology isn't so hard or demanding but I would still say at least a 6 in maths
Whare are your science grades?
Try doing lots of exam questions and papers and send them to your teacher to mark or mark yourself and let your teacher know you are doing these exams. Imo teachers love to see you practicing and revising exam style questions and past papers.