GCSE Mathematics at Kingston College
Mathematics GCSE offers a Linear route with no coursework. Achieving the essential grade C / 4 or better in Mathematics GCSE will give you many opportunities in the future.
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This course will be examined under the 9-1 GCSE specification. GCSE Mathematics involves topics such as number; algebra; ratio, proportion and rates of change; geometry and measures; probability and statistics.
Two tiers of exam entry are available: Foundation and Higher.
GCSE Mathematics is assessed by three exam papers each worth a third of the final mark.
The normal offer for entry on to the GCSE course is four GCSEs at grade 3 or above. To resit GCSE Mathematics you must have a minimum of a grade 3. This course can only be studied as part of the Full Time GCSE course or alongside a vocational course.
Two tiers of exam entry are available: Foundation and Higher. GCSE Mathematics is assessed by three exam papers each worth a third of the final mark.
If a student achieves a grade 6 they will be able to progress on to A Level Mathematics.
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How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Kingston College directly.