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Mathematics GCSE Resit at Cirencester College

Course description

The full GCSE Maths course taught within one year.   Students will be assessed on entry on suitability for either the higher or foundation maths classes.

Course content

Throughout the course you will use mathematical skills, knowledge and reasoning to solve problems. You will learn how to break problems down into smaller parts in order to solve them, and develop techniques for using mathematics to solve problems that occur in real life.

Unit exams are taken in November, March and June.

Subject matter covered:

Number : Calculators, mental calculations and estimation to do calculations using decimals, fractions and percentages.Algebra : Consider situations where algebra can be used to describe real life problems and learn techniques to solve the problems that arise.

Shape, Space and Measure : Learn about transformations and angles and understand how to calculate areas and volumes of different shapes.

Handling Data : Learn how to use techniques to collect and organise data, use averages and construct statistical diagrams.



Examination at the end of the course.

Future opportunities

GCSE Mathematics is essential for many jobs and careers. It is also a requirement for many higher education courses.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cirencester College directly.

Last updated date: 27 January 2017
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