Maths GCSE Online

GCSE Maths is a one year course beginning in September and ending with the exam in June the following year. Students are expected to study for at least six hours each week for the duration of the course.

The course is divided into weekly topics, for example, Angles, Percentages, Probability. The course follows the Edexcel GCSE Maths Specification A syllabus and is suitable for students wishing to study for both the Foundation and Higher Tier examinations.

Course content

The course is taught online through very detailed, clear, well-organised materials. You belong to an online class and have your own online tutor who gives you help and support. Your tutor contacts you each week and guides you to the webpages and other resources that you study to complete each topic. Each topic includes exercises for you to practise your skills. Everything is clear and easy to follow.

Each week you take an online test to check your understanding of the topic. Every three weeks you complete a written assignment which checks your understanding of the topics covered previously; you send the assignment to your tutor who marks it and gives detailed advice and feedback.

Entry Requirements

  • • Suitable Maths skills - our application form and pre-course assessment will help us to assess this. • Adequate study time (at least 6 hours per week) for the duration of the course. • Access to a reliable computer with a broadband connection and printer. (Unfortunately we are not able to provide technical support). • Experience of using the web and email, including sending and receiving email attachments. • An individual email address and convenient home or work access to the Internet. • Students under the age of 16 need the support of a responsible adult.

Assessment

Two exams in June, to be taken at Sheffield College. We will arrange for students who live a distance away from Sheffield to take the exams nearer their home, for which a fee will be payable.

Quick Info

Qualification:GCSE Mathematics
Duration: 1 Year
Date:09 Sep 14
Assessment:Exams and Coursework
Level:2
Area:Maths
Course code:NOGMA1A
Typical Cost: Free
The fee shown is the typical cost of the qualification with basic government funding applied. In most cases the student will not pay the full course cost if they are eligible for funding support.

The government funding agencies may pay up to 50% and in some cases 100% of the tuition fee shown.

The only students to pay full cost are where the course is designated FULL COST (no government funding available for the course) or if the student is 24 or over at the start of a course which is Level 3 or above. (See 24+ Advanced Learning Loans)

The actual cost you pay will be calculated during the enrolment process.

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