Maths GCSE Resit at Shooters Hill Sixth Form College
A Grade C in GCSE Maths is generally required by universities and employers. Any student (as of September 2013) who did not achieve a Grade C (or above) at school, must continue studying GCSE Maths as a part of their 16 to 19 study programmes. They can discontinue as soon as they achieve a C or above.
A Grade C in GCSE Maths is required for most university applications. GCSE Maths also gives you the skills generally required in order to synthesise basic numerical information you may encounter in the workplace. As such, it is also crucially important for your future career prospects as employers frequently demand this qualification of any potential employees.
Students may also study GCSE Maths Higher at Shooters Hill, which is aimed at those wishing to improve their current grade C or above.
Foundation and Higher GCSE Mathematics involves 2 final exams; one non-calculator paper and one calculator paper
The minimum grade is usually a D for the one year GCSE Maths Foundation course. However there is also the possibility of joining a two year course with lower grades and a case by case assessment may apply.
A minimum grade of C is required for the GCSE Maths Higher course.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Shooters Hill Sixth Form College directly.