I'm in year 11 at the moment and have chosen to stay on at sixth form and do maths, science, geography and graphics. But alot of people have been telling me that maths is really really hard and people who came out of there GSCE's with a A* in maths and went on to do A level maths got a D. Basically, not to come across as big headed but I am quite good at maths when I listen I class, but that rarely does happen. Left my secondary school with only a one level increase in maths and in both of my year 10 GCSE exams I got two B's, as if I had listened and concentrated I could of got a A quite easily. Now I only need to get a high grade C to get me a B overall which would get me onto the A level maths course. Would really appreciate some help on this as I leave school for exam leave in 2/3 weeks, so I do need to make my mind up quick weather I change to do another subject or not. Thanks!