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I am planning on studying maths, My results that I got were lower than my conditional offer to a uni in Scotland, if I get rejected and don't get into uni through clearing I will have to take a gap year, There are really only 3 unis that I'm interested in applying to in scotland, one of which I might not even apply to due to the low acceptance rate. This leaves 2-3 unis to apply to and I'd consider studying in England as a plan B. I've looked at some universities and the requirements are higher than in scotland and my current grades would not be high enough to get into the unis that I'm looking at. I'm wondering that if I did have to take a gap year if it would be better to go to college and take some highers to get the grades required or if they might take me if I took a test like the MAT or STEP and got a good result.

Grades

Highers:

Maths - A
Physics - A
Chemistry - B (appealed)

Advanced Highers:

Maths - A
Physics - B
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