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GCSE Maths

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  • Qualification & Level: GCSE
  • Hours: 3 hours per week 34 weeks
  • Mode of attendance: Full time day
  • Next start date: September
  • Course location: Lewisham Way and Waterloo
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Is this course for me?

Mathematics GCSE is an intensive resit course, completed in one year. It can be taken by 16-18 year old students as well as mature students. Please note that it is not a beginners' course - you must have the knowledge and understanding to cope with GCSE level Maths and students should have a grade D. Classes are taught in the day, normally alongside a level 3 vocational programme. Mathematics is also available in the evening for part time students. All courses take place at the Waterloo Centre and , start in September.

What will I study?

Mathematical skills are important to us all, and through the GCSE programme you will develop the skills by learning algebra, geometry, trigonometry and statistics, as required by the syllabus. You will learn through formal teaching and individual work on problems and exercises.

What can I do next?

Employment or a higher level qualification. GCSE Maths is commonly a requirement for many university degree programmes.

What are the entry requirements?

You must show the potential to achieve A-C grades in GCSEs from your past results, record of achievement, or a written assessment. This means you will have achieved at least a grade D in GCSE maths. Mature students must show potential, motivation and commitment, and may be advised to start with a Basic Numeracy or pre-GCSE course. You should complete the College application form and attend an interview.