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Maths GCSE

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Good Maths skills are essential to be able to succeed. Whatever your previous experience of Maths, we will support you to continue to develop your skills and make progress towards a Grade 4 at GCSE.

The GCSE Maths course runs from September to June, two hours per week. There are three final exams at the end of the year in late May and early June but there are opportunities to practice exam techniques informally in class and more formally in mock assessments throughout the year. During the course, you will build your confidence and develop your skills and problem solving abilities in a range of topics including geometry, probability, statistics, ratio and algebra.

UXPPAM07
Course Code
Fri 18 Sep 2020
Date
25 Weeks
Duration
10:00 - 12:00
Time
Aireville Campus
Study Location
£ 0 *
Costs

Entry Requirements

To be able to take the GCSE course, students need to be able to demonstrate working at a Grade 3 (old Grade D) standard at the start of the year. This will be assessed at the start of the course.

You will need to:

  • Be committed to learning and making progress
  • Be able to commit to a least 1hour work outside of class and to catch up with any work missed
  • Be able to achieve 100% attendance
  • Be punctual and prepared for learning

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Further Study

GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent is a requirement for progression into many forms of employment or further study at college or university.