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I’m currently doing Education Studies and I am considering doing a PGCE once I’ve finished however I don’t have my maths GCSE. Would I be able to take a year out once I’ve graduated to get my maths GCSE before doing the PGCE?
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I’m currently doing Education Studies and I am considering doing a PGCE once I’ve finished however I don’t have my maths GCSE. Would I be able to take a year out once I’ve graduated to get my maths GCSE before doing the PGCE?
You could, but honestly, taking a year out just to do maths GCSE seems excessive. You could study it alongside your degree. GCSE exams are often later than university exam season, so it shouldn't clash.
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I’m doing early years childhood studies in uni and literally only have my English gcse at grade 7- so I’m going into second year in September I’m gonna do a maths equivalency test and pay for it with my student finance (it’s like £300). And then do the same for my science gcse. Obviously it will be hard to juggle uni, work & retaking but it’ll be worth it in the end
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