GCSE Mathematics will teach you transferable skills which will help you in your other subjects. You will learn how to use problem-solving strategies and to work efficiently by breaking down complex situations into simpler steps. You will be able to explore, identify and interpret mathematical situations and communicate clearly GCSE Maths is an essential qualification for progression onto A Level and many other Level 3 courses. It is also frequently required for university entry in the UK. We offer an intensive, one-year course. GCSE Mathematics will cover the following topics: Number, Alzebra, Ratio, proportion and rates of change, Geometry and measures, Probability and Statistics. This is an essential subject for progression to A Levels and Level 3 BTEC qualifications. Many universities and employers require that you have at least a C / 4 in this subject. If you are considering doing Mathematics A-Level then you will be expected to achieve Grade 6 in the GCSE.
Suitability - Who should attend?
At Kingston College, all students aged 16 -18 years of age who have not achieved at least a grade C or a grade 4 in GCSE Maths are required to study maths as part of their programme of study. The decision of whether you study GCSE Maths or Level 1 Maths Functional Skills will depend on the following criteria: achieved a Grade D / 3 in Maths you will do GCSE Maths. If you have achieved Grade E / 2 or below, you will be enrolled on Functional Skill Level 1m passed Level 1 Maths Functional Skills – you will study GCSE Maths and studied international qualifications, the decision on whether you study GCSE Maths or Level 1 Maths functional skills will depend on NARIC assessment and a diagnostic test.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
GCSE or equivalent
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