It's a failing grade, so yeah, it's bad. Most employers want to see a pass in GCSE mathematics, the same for most universities. My advice is to hire a tutor (not necessarily a professional, just anyone good at **math** who has done A-level mathematics; I taught like that for a while) and take it again. However, grades D and E are still technically approved, but they are worth less than the upper limits. If you're looking for a professional tutor, you can find many Profs online statistics tutors who specialize in GCSE mathematics.

Students need a 4 for a standard pass and 5 for a strong pass. Before changing the system, a grade C was considered approved in GCSE. This translates into a fourth grade in the new system, which is considered a “standard pass”. It is expected that, when a C grade has previously been accepted as a requirement for entry into higher education or employment, a grade 4 will now be accepted.

The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academic degree in a particular subject, taken in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Scottish State Schools use the Scottish Qualification Certificate. Private schools in Scotland may choose to use an alternative degree. The percentage of students who reach grades 9-4 in mathematics is lower than the percentage who receive grades 9-4 in all subjects.

However, due to legislative requirements for comparability between GCSEs in the three countries, and the allocations for certain subjects and qualifications to be available in Wales and Northern Ireland, 9-1 ratings will be available, and the other changes are mainly adopted in these countries as well. If some of the grades do not meet the requirements, it is possible to retake several subjects, including English and mathematics. In the past, many GCSE scores used a modular system, in which some assessment (up to 60% according to the “terminal rule”) could be submitted before the final exam series. This score expresses the student's inability to demonstrate sufficient use of knowledge or application of Mathematics to achieve any of the grading scores below.

We imagine that this degree would require students to demonstrate the use of higher-level content in questions where students must indicate relevant mathematics and use content correctly to solve complex problems. Thousands of students are eagerly awaiting their GCSE results, which will be released to students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on August 12. Other changes include switching to a numerical grading system, to differentiate new grades from old letter-graded GCSEs, publication of core content requirements for all subjects, and an increase in longer, essay-style questions to further challenge students. As part of the redesigned mathematics course, Ofqual established some rules regarding exam design to ensure that exam boards are consistent in the way they set up their exams. The international version of the GCSE is the IGCSE, which can be taken anywhere in the world and includes additional options related to the courses and the language in which the qualification is taken.

To study A-Levels, students generally need a minimum of five GCSEs with grades between 4 and 9, including math and English. GCSE score limits tell us how many gross grades a student must achieve to receive a given grade.