Hi,

So I got my AS results today, and they weren't quite what I was hoping for. Obviously I have another year to fix things, but I had a bad year in maths and went from a B in GCSE to a U. I can't take it next year because of that, so I need to work out a plan. My question is if I have physics (got a D in AS), how important is it to have maths as well? Should I retake the year and do it again to boost it or leave it and concentrate on the rest?

I saw the maths preparation pack CD posted about a while back, and went through it all with no trouble at all, so I'm not sure if I can count that as some sort of indicator of difficulty...

If anyone could help I'd appreciate it, parents are currently pulling their hair out!

So I got my AS results today, and they weren't quite what I was hoping for. Obviously I have another year to fix things, but I had a bad year in maths and went from a B in GCSE to a U. I can't take it next year because of that, so I need to work out a plan. My question is if I have physics (got a D in AS), how important is it to have maths as well? Should I retake the year and do it again to boost it or leave it and concentrate on the rest?

I saw the maths preparation pack CD posted about a while back, and went through it all with no trouble at all, so I'm not sure if I can count that as some sort of indicator of difficulty...

If anyone could help I'd appreciate it, parents are currently pulling their hair out!

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