This is a foundation GCSE course which means that it is for learners who do not yet have a grade C/4 and require it for further study or a work requirement. The course is assessmed on the foundation paper meaning that a grade 5 is the highest possible mark.
You will study the full GCSE syllabus, including numer, algebra, shape and statistics. The developes a wide range of skills that ae useful in many career pathways.
Any course which requires Level 2 or GCSE maths for entry. This includes all Access to HE courses.
Three examinations in May and June.
Completion of an assessment. The course is deisgned for those almost at the level of a grade 4 in order that they can achieve it in one academic year. For those who are not quite ready, or have been out of education for a long time, it may be more approraite to study an alternative course first. These courses, functional skills at levels up to level 2 offer a chance to firm up skills in preparation for the demands of the GCSE course.
To add a course to your application, click 'Apply', once you have selected all your courses, click 'My Applications' top right, to continue the application process.
|Name||Available at:||Start Date||Academic Yr|
|GCSE Maths (Evening) - Adult||City Skills||12/09/2022||22/23|
|GCSE Maths (Evening) - Adult||City Skills||13/09/2021||21/22|
|GCSE Maths (Evening) - Adult||FutureSkills at MediaCityUK||06/09/2022||22/23|
|GCSE Maths (Evening) - Adult||FutureSkills at MediaCityUK||07/09/2021||21/22|
|Maths GCSE (Eccles Exchange) - Adult||Eccles Skills Exchange||12/09/2022||22/23|
|Maths GCSE (Eccles Exchange) - Adult||Eccles Skills Exchange||13/09/2021||21/22|
|Maths GCSE (Little Hulton) - Adult||Little Hulton Childrens Centre||12/09/2022||22/23|
|Maths GCSE (Little Hulton) - Adult||Little Hulton Childrens Centre||13/09/2021||21/22|
|GCSE Maths (Evening) - Adult||Worsley College||12/09/2022||22/23|
|GCSE Maths (Evening) - Adult||Worsley College||13/09/2021||21/22|