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I am in my first year of college (year 12) I managed to get all 4's in my GCSE's but I am not happy with my math and would like to get my math up to a grade 6. Is there a possible way to resit my maths GCSE?
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Hey there!
I think it's possible to resit if it comes to it :-)
This website really helped me with my maths and it explained it in a far easier way than what was done in class: https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/
Hope it helps :-)
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Hey there!
I think it's possible to resit if it comes to it :-)
This website really helped me with my maths and it explained it in a far easier way than what was done in class: https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/
Hope it helps :-)
Thanks for the suggestion. But I am more concerned about when to resit the math gcse paper. And how much I need to pay for it. Any advice?
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Thanks for the suggestion. But I am more concerned about when to resit the math gcse paper. And how much I need to pay for it. Any advice?
I didn't resit my maths but I've found this guide which is relevant to this year: https://www.icslearn.co.uk/blog/post...ng-gcses-2021/
Hope this helps and good luck :-)
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Thanks for the suggestion. But I am more concerned about when to resit the math gcse paper. And how much I need to pay for it. Any advice?
It's available twice a year in the Summer (entry deadline mid Feb) and November (entry deadline end of September). The cheapest place to take it is likely to be your college and they may only make you pay the exam fee which is about £40 - ask.
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It's available twice a year in the Summer (entry deadline mid Feb) and November (entry deadline end of September). The cheapest place to take it is likely to be your college and they may only make you pay the exam fee which is about £40 - ask.
Great, thank you very much 😊
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