Maths (Re-sit GCSE)

If you did not get a C grade (grade 4 equivalent) or higher at GCSE Mathematics you will have the opportunity to retake your GCSE in Year 12. You will revise topics covered during your GCSE Mathematics course in preparation for a resit examination in the Summer term of your first year of Sixth Form.

How is the course structured and graded?
This is a linear GCSE course with a final examination consisting of one non-calculator and two calculator papers. GCSE Mathematics may be sat at either Foundation level (grades 1 to 5) or Higher level (grades 4 to 9). Resit students are usually entered into the Foundation level.


Will this course be suitable for me?
If you have not already achieved a GCSE pass in Mathematics at grade C (grade 4) you will be advised to take this course as a pass in Mathematics is often a requirement for future study, training and employment opportunities.


What could this course lead to?
You should find that a GCSE pass at grade 4 or better in Mathematics does make it easier to gain access to other courses or training and employment opportunities that you may wish to pursue at a later date.

Course Infomation

Course Contact

Mr Follett

Qualification:

Re-sit Edexcel GCSE (9-1) New Specification

Additional Fees

There are no additional fees for this course

Assesment:

Examination only

Progression:

Accepted for Further Education entry​

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