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 20130502 02:59:21
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I want to do A&F at uni and have a decent set of GCSE results, 1 A* 5 As 4 Bs, and and predicted AAA for next year, but one of my Bs at GCSE is in maths... I want to appy to Durham, Newcastle, Leeds and Exeter but they require A in maths. I was going to email them and ask if it's worth applying and get the A in maths GCSE part of a condit...



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 20120916 04:16:50
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Observing finance and accounting professionals— or the way academics at most business schools train them — might lead you to believe that finance and accounting is a complex and arcane language understood only by an initiated few. For an entrepreneur, the truth is that accounting and finance are only tools [...]



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20120907 23:20:06
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Im thinking for Accounting and Finance at LSE or Economics and Accounting at Cass but wondering which one of them I stand a better chance of getting an offer? Also, which one is better/have better reputation? My GCSE are: A*A*AAAAAABB A2 Predicted Grades are: Maths (A), Chemistry (A), English Lit and Lang (A) AS Grades are: Maths(A), Chem...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130513 01:39:51
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Hi all, I know there is a lot of threads on this but this one is marginally different. My question is what grade is needed for following courses for entry? Yes some are more obvious than others please fill in missing numbers or correct my mistake. Mphil Finance and Economics at Cambridge= 1st a must? Mphil Finance at Cambridge =1st a must...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130219 14:56:36
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I'm applying A&F for Bath, Warwick, Durham, Bristol and Newcastle. My AS grades are aaa for maths, accounting and chemistry and c for economics ( definitely going to resit this paper ). However I haven't get any reply from any uni. Is it wise for me to email the uni and ask about my applications? :(...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20121102 11:56:33
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Basically, I got a B for maths in GCSE. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy that I didn't fail or anything, but I just feel that a B isn't 'good enough', and I'm somewhat considering resitting the two exams that I did in June. I'm in two minds about it, as most uni's require at least a B at GCSE, which I already have, but I just want an A at le...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130323 16:31:19
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I'm currently taking AS Maths and AS Stats, and hopefully I wish to carry this subject onto A2, but doing a lot of the AS material has made me realise my foundation for maths isnt very strong as my GCSE Maths grade says (I got an A). Most of what I learned at GCSE has slipped out through my head, probably because I didnt learn it properly...




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 20130418 15:20:15
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Hello, I recently graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Austria, Vienna, majoring in Finance and Accounting. Now Id like to build on that knowledge, but it seems that all the finance programs, ranked truly highly in FT rankings do not require any preknowledge of finance (MSc Finance at Strathclyde BS). Seems very easy to me then. Contine...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130611 22:20:18
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Hello there guys. I was itching myself this particular question all day and thought i might need different opinions. I have done my maths exam for GCSE and obtained a A*. However i am being urged by my teachers and parents, that I should take further maths at Alevel, which I am not sure of. Therefore I would like to know whether or not,...



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 20130425 22:19:51
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I'm doing GCSE maths, I've failed about 5 times now, I've tired tuition from 2 or three different people which was a waste of money as i didn't learn much, and i can't learn this way for some reason. maths is one of those subjects you have to practice of but I've tired a few ways like cgp books, past papers, mathswatch, it still doesn't...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130521 20:03:23
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Hi there:) I was wondering whether there was a large difference between the Additional Maths FSMQ and GCSE? I'm planning on applying to do one of these whilst independently studying for it. Also, are there any actual textbooks for Additional Maths or is it just a mix of books put together? Like the GCSE maths textbooks and then just C1 an...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130503 00:44:50
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which is better for IB Manchester (Accounting and Finance) or Warwick (BManagement) for IB? Will doing an ACAA after the management degree also going to give me a better chance as well as masters in Accounting and Finance?...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130323 14:05:12
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My sister is currently in year 8 at the moment and doing well with maths. Her teachers have suggested, she could take her GCSE maths next year, so would have less to do in year 11.She also wants to study maths at alevel. She clearly will forget most or what she has learnt if she doesn't do any "real" maths for the next two years. We are...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130418 12:45:15
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Hello guys, Have you got your Maths GCSE Result from the exams you sat in February and March? I was really worried I got a B because I wouldn't be able to do Further Maths but I got an A. I was still really disapointed so hopefully I will retake it. What are your thoughts on me retaking and also what did you get? HadjerBoum :)...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130421 16:18:58
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I am predicted A* in GCSE Edexcel Maths, and I was wondering whether AS Further Maths is right for me. I will be doing normal maths to A2, and Further Maths to AS. However, people have said FM is very VERY hard. Can i still manage Further maths even if i'm doing it only to AS Level , or is still that hard? (Also, is it true that ASFM is...



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 20121011 11:28:35
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Probably the most challenging areas of examinations for a lot of students is actually GCSE maths. Maths is made to check not just knowing about it associated with mathematical topics, but...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130206 00:06:48
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Hi all, I retaked my gcse maths and in the summer of 2012 found out I got a grade C AGAIN! I wasn't far off a grade B. I took AQA Gcse Maths unit 3 in June 2012 however I want to retake the exam again in June 2013 hopeing to boost my overall grade to B. Is this possible as I really need Grade B in GCSE Maths ??...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130326 15:23:39
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Basically i missed my uni offer last year after obtaining AABB(maths,econ,physics,f.maths) so i decided to take a gap year and resit a couple of modules. I applied for accounting and finance at lse but was rejected a couple of weeks before i got my new results in january. I ended up with (A*AAA*) and was wondering if there is any way to...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 17:13:46
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I love maths and ive got a C grade in alevel maths and A in gcse maths. But i find other subjects boring, but i have a huge passion for maths. Isit worth getting a degree in maths at Kingston uni? I want to be a maths teacher, if i get a 2:1 or a 1st, can i still get a well paid job with a maths degree and become a secondary maths teacher...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130514 12:46:12
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Basically, I'm doing ASlevels and they are going really well. Just had my first exam yesterday and it (hopefully) went well. Fingers crossed! But I'm predominately an English student and NOT a maths student. I have struggled with Maths since I was in primary school. My highest grade I have ever gotten in Maths GCSE was an E... and to bec...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130324 02:17:04
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Hi guys repeating my gcse maths again and again and I'm so tired of failing it :( has anyone passed OCR maths foundation and be willing to give me exam techniques or encouragement on what I could do to hopefully pass these exams in June 2013? Thanks much appreciated :( :( This was posted from The Student Room's iPhone/iPad App...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20120902 01:20:18
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Hi guys, I am doing the modular system to gain my GCSE mathematics qualification and I was wondering what type of grade in maths I would need to get into a grammar sixth form. I am not looking to carry on maths as an ALevel but I am aware that your GCSE maths qualification is important for gaining access to good sixth forms and uni's. So...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130420 19:15:38
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Hi im going to self teach myself GCSE maths (edexcel) and was wondering what book/guide I should buy and if there are any online resources I can use? Also do you think it is possible to do this to A/A* standard in 4 weeks (between 1525 hours a week) as I will be start teaching it to myself after my AS exams on the 5 of june and will do a...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130213 01:39:50
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Hi, I have chosen Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Physics for AS. Unfortunately, I was unable to choose Further Maths because I switched colleges and they had no spaces for FM by the time I joined. I am thinking in applying for either Computer Science or some sort of engineering course at Uni, and have realised that I'm most likely at some...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130521 19:52:41
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Hi there:) So I'm planning to apply to do an Additional Maths GCSE/FSMQ after encouragement from my teacher but it will be all independent study. I was wondering whether to do GCSE or FSMQ and whether one was much harder than the other? And if there are any actual textbooks out there for additional maths? I have C1 & C2 textbooks already...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130421 23:58:25
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Which courses have the most demand? Also, I'm thinking of applying for Accounting and Finance later this year. Could anyone offer some rough numbers on how many people apply for Accounting and Finance and how many people they actually take for unis such as Warwick, Durham, Manchester, Lancaster and Sheffield? Just a rough average to give...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 17:45:56
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Hi, I know it's a bit early.. but I'm starting GCSE maths in september and I was just wondering what the best maths textbooks/ revision books are? I'm really bad at maths, and I'm predicted to get an A/A*.




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130528 12:21:54
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I want to apply for medicine, and last year when i sat my gcse maths i missed out a double page in one of the papers. i still ended up with an A (4 ums marks off an A*) which is very annoying, i currently take AS further maths and am more than capable of getting A* if i were to resit Getting this extra A* would say me up to 8 A*'s, but ho...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130326 23:55:46
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Hey guys, I'm deciding my a levels, so far I've got maths, further maths and physics; I just can't decide whether chemistry or Latin would be a better fourth option. I find Latin easier and think that I would be more likely to take it to A2 than chemistry and would probably do better. I'm looking to do maths, engineering (maybe... Maybe f...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130317 00:10:48
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I'm currently in year 11. I completed my Edexcel Maths GCSE (Linear, 1ma0) in year 10 (last year). I got an A overall, with 147 marks which is a comfortable A (164 A*, 126 A). Our Maths teacher asked us in September 2012 if we wanted to resit in March 2013 (the exam was 2 weeks ago) and I said no, I was extremely happy with an A. But rece...




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 20130322 01:02:48
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Dr Mark Jones (PhD Maths) Hi Guys, This is a Smart Worksheet for GCSE, Maths Exam, June 2012, Higher Tier, WJEC, past papers 1 and 2. The worksheet includes worked video solutions of all the questions. There's a host of extras and useful tools too including a plotter,... FREE



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130322 22:45:37
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Cass (IFRM) Durham (accounting and finance) Manchester (accounting and finance) Which is best in terms of career prospects and clubbing at university?...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130420 09:58:59
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Hi everyone! I would be very happy if anyone could share his/her thoughts about these universities and courses: University of Exeter  Mathematics with Finance University of Glasgow  Finance and Applied Mathematics Lancaster University  Accounting, Finance and Mathematics The University of Strathclyde  Mathematics, Statistics and Finan...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130411 19:28:34
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Hey people This thread is mainly referring to this question: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3 #post42185013 I want to study Computer Science at university, however what worries me is how much maths will be in the course. I know that there is basic maths in programming as I have programming experience, and I have no problem with mat...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130605 18:44:56
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Ok so for ALevel I have chose: ~Maths: Got an A at GCSE ~History: Got an A at GCSE ~Physics: Got a B at GCSE ~Chemistry: Got an A at GCSE Are these good choices? Because I would like to go into a career in either chemical engineering or accountancy, are these subjects suitable for that?...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130215 13:32:44
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Hi all Basically I need some last minute help about retaking GCSE maths. I took my GCSE's last year and im doing AS levels now. I got a C in maths (about 2 UMS of a B) which i thought wouldnt be a problem, but now ive been looking at more uni's, a lot of what I want to do needs a B. What do I do? Am i too late to retake? I called AQA ear...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130320 08:50:33
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Hi, in my school there are some Year 11's who feel that they really want to do A Kevel Maths next year. They work hard and I am in no doubt they they can do well if they put their minds to it at A Level. The only issue is, one is working at a B Grade at GCSE ant the other a C, meaning that their knowledge of trig/simultaneous equations et...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130531 18:51:16
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Hey, I'm looking into what career to go into after university (I'm a second year at a top 10), and working in tax is something that has taken my interest. I've had a look at a few firms (Ernst and Young in particular) and I meet their basic requirements, but I'm finding it hard to work out how good at maths you need to be and how much mat...



thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130315 12:21:22
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Hi, I am 19 at the moment and after some time out of education for personal/medical reasons I returned to college this year to do my ALevels. I am doing maths, further maths (AS), physics, chemistry and biology and I have just got my results back for my January units, I achieved: Maths/F.Maths C1  94/100 C2  90/100 S1  98/100 Biology...




thestudentroom.co.uk
 20130304 11:54:25
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Nottingham university requires an A at GCSE maths for economics but I got B, however if I decided to take AS maths and got B/C would that exceed their requirement?...
