GCSE Maths

GCSE Maths

This course is demanding and fast paced. You need to be willing to work independently for three or four hours a week in addition to attending your class regularly. Your teachers will be supportive and will guide you but you will also need to make use of online resources such as Maths Watch in order to succeed in the three exams at the end of the year. GCSE Maths is a key qualification and is suitable for native British learners who got a grade D in their GCSE at school (or a Grade 3 if GCSE was taken in the past two years) or bilingual learners who have achieved ESOL Level 1 in reading and speaking and listening.

  • Course Type Adult - Professional
  • Subject Area Mathematics
  • Qualification GCSE
  • Study Mode: Part Time Only
  • Course Level Level 2
  • Location Victoria House
  • Course Length 40 weeks
  • Start Date *Please see below
  • End Date *Please see below
  • Day *Please see below
  • Times *Please see below
  • Fee £50 (resource fee)*
  • Reduced Fee N/A
  • Course Code *Please see below
Overview

This course is demanding and fast paced. You need to be willing to work independently for three or four hours a week in addition to attending your class regularly. Your teachers will be supportive and will guide you but you will also need to make use of online resources such as Maths Watch in order to succeed in the three exams at the end of the year.

DAY START END TIMES
Monday 14-Sept-20 14-Jun-21 09:30-12:00
Tuesday 15-Sept-20 15-Jun-21 13:00-16:00
Wednesday 16-Sept-20 16-Jun-21 13:00-16:00
Thursday 17-Sept-20 17-Jun-21 13:00-16:00
Friday 18-Sept-20 18-Jun-21 09:30-12:30
Monday 14-Sept-20 14-Jun-21 18:00-21:00
Tuesday 15-Sept-20 15-Jun-21 18:00-21:00
Wednesday 16-Sept-20 16-Jun-21 18:00-21:00

GCSE Maths is a key qualification and is suitable for native British learners who got a grade D in their GCSE at school (or a Grade 3 if GCSE was taken in the past two years) or bilingual learners who have achieved ESOL Level 1 in reading and speaking and listening.

*Please note, a fee of £724 applies to ineligible adults from outside the EU or to those who already who have a grade C or above in GCSE Maths. You will not be guaranteed a place on a GCSE course if your application is received after 3rd September 2019.

What topics will I study?

The course prepares you for three final exams. It is fast paced and you are expected to do a considerable amount of independent study. You will study topics such as algebra, probability, trigonometry, shape and space and will need to demonstrate that you can interpret data, solve Equations and use a range of mathematical skills to solve problems.

Next steps:

Access to Higher Education or a range of Level 3 qualifications.

Entry Requirements

Grade D (or grade 3 if taken in past two years) in previous GCSE Maths exams. ESOL Level 1 Reading & speaking and listening for bilingual learners.

Please note, it is not necessary to complete page 2 of the application form. You will not be guaranteed a place on a GCSE course if your application is received after 3rd September 2019.

Facilities

Suitable classrooms with computers and access to the college learning resource centres.

Additional Costs

Course fee covers subject specific resources to enhance your progress and maximise your achievement.
You will need your own drawing instruments and a scientific calculator. We will also recommend text books, free websites and Apps for your smartphone.

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