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Topic: Routes into teaching - UK
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Nathan

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From: Bristol
Registered: 12/22/13
Routes into teaching - UK
Posted: Dec 22, 2013 11:37 AM
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Currently in my first year studying a joint course in maths and economics I have recently decided I want to pursue a career in teaching. I have got good grades in most if not all examinations so far but having come to university I am finding the level of maths quite difficult. With the first exams upcoming I am worried that passing the whole three years may not happen! What are my options if this does happen how else can I get into teaching? Also how does difficulty change at different universities as I would say the one I'm at is possibly one of the harder ones.

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