QUALIFICATION and AWARDING BODY
GCSE in Maths
WHAT DOES THIS COURSE COVER?
During this GCSE Maths course for adults, you will develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of mathematical methods and concepts. You will acquire, select and apply mathematical techniques to solve problems. You will be allocated a tutor and have access to all college facilities and any additional learning support needs.
- Number work
- Ratio & proportion
- Geometry & measure
HOW IS THIS COURSE ASSESSED?
This course is assessed via written exams.
WHAT ARE THE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS?
If you did not achieve a grade D/3 or above in GCSE Maths, you need to complete a short assessment to ensure that you have the basic skills required to complete the course.
This GCSE Maths course for adults lasts for one academic year. It runs over one evening per week (either Monday or Tuesday) from 18.00-20.30 during term time only.
HOW MUCH DOES THIS COURSE COST?
You are not required to pay course fees. However, you will be charged a £50 exam deposit fee, which will be returned upon completion of the exams.
HOW DO I APPLY?
Applications open in September for entry the following year. Due to limited funding, we cannot guarantee a place to all applicants until we know how many applications by adults will be made.
After submitting your application, you’ll be invited to visit the college and chat to us about your career goals, course selection, and any learning support requirements. This interview will be preceded by a 20-minute maths assessment.
If you receive a conditional offer, you’ll be invited to enrolment in August. This will include the following activities: a 30-minute guidance chat; a review of your course entry requirement paperwork; a data check; fee payment; loan paperwork; and ID badge set up.
If you did not achieve a grade D/3 or above in GCSE maths, you need to complete a short assessment to ensure that you have the basic skills required to complete the course. This is based on questions from past GCSE papers.