I've applied to several universities to try and get on to a PGCE course. Not to bother everyone with a lengthy backstory, but I struggled at school. Consequently I only have an E in maths and a D in English. I have since got a degree in English lit. I also have level 2 adult literacy that i did as part of my HLTA, level 2 application of number and level 3 communication. I'd presume that having a degree in English means that I fulfill the English requirements, but I'm concerned about the maths. I'm perfectly capable, I did a bunch of the old style standard tests they used to do and was getting 70-80 percent. Will my adult numeracy qualification be enough? If I dont have the right quals will I have to go get a GCSE and reapply next year? Or is there something I can so in the coming weeks or alongside the pgce? I'm 38 now so I'm keen to get going asap! Thanks for any help and advice.