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GCSE MATHS

Course leader: Miss F Dean

Aims of the course:

  • Students who have not achieved a grade 4 or better will be working towards achieving grade 4. 


What are lessons like?

  • The content from GCSE is covered in a year. The lessons are taught by experienced teachers and there are lots of opportunities to work through past and practice papers. 


What are exams like?

  • The first opportunity to re-sit is in November (results are published in January). 
  • There is a further opportunity in June (results are published in August). 


Recommended prior learning /entry requirements:

  • Any student who has not attained a grade 4 or higher in Maths will need to be working towards the GCSE. Students whose best grade is a grade 1 or 2 may also be entered for Level 1 or 2 functional skills.


Recommended additional reading:

  • A Collins GCSE revision guide is recommended and available to buy from the maths department. 


Where can this course lead to?

  • GCSE Maths is often required for university courses and apprenticeships. 


Why study Resit GCSE Maths at St Mary’s College Sixth Form?

  • We are a supportive and knowledgeable department with a strong track record. We offer lots of opportunities to students to enjoy and succeed at maths.