if you can’t exceed grade 5 on higher maths gcse does it mean it wasn’t for you?

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Yeah, I'd take a 5 tbh, it's a high C in terms I understand, good enough for the vast majority of jobs.
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Yeah, I'd take a 5 tbh, it's a high C in terms I understand, good enough for the vast majority of jobs.
as in should you have done foundation because you can’t exceed grade 5 on higher or is it good enough you passing higher with a 5?

In my school, set 1 maths was for people at grades 6,7,8 and 9, grade 4 and 5 is set 2.
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