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GCSE Mathematics Course Details The course follows the National Curriculum syllabus for Mathematics. The first 4/5 weeks are in preparation for the Adult Numeracy Level 1 Examination(in October), the following 10 weeks lead up to the Adult Numeracy Examination level 2 taken in January. Progression is then towards the GCSE Higher tier examination. Please note:- Coursework is no longer an element within GCSE Mathematics. Qualifications required: A previous GCSE Maths grade D or Adult Numeracy at level 1 is preferred. All students though take an initial assessment at the start of the course. This entails reviewing basic mathematical skills and gives the opportunity for students to decide on an appropriate mathematics course, depending on their needs and previous background in mathematics. Students will then be offered either a 1 Year, 15 month or 2 Year GCSE Mathematics programme. The 15 month and 2 year courses are intended for students who are likely to find the 1 Year GCSE Mathematics too difficult. Successful students would be able to progress to GCSE Mathematics in the following January or September. Course length: 1 - 2 years Venue: Queen's Gardens Start Date: September Course hours: 3 hours Additional info: Basic scientific calculator and drawing sets are required. Evening 6.00-9.00pm: Monday, Wednesday or Thursday (all starting w/c 8th Sept 08), Morning: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,Thursday or Friday (all starting w/c 8th September 2008), Afternoon: Monday,Tuesday or Thursday (all starting w/c 8th Sept 08). Progression: Further study at GCSE, AS/A levels or higher education. Improved employment opportunities. Session times: Various - see additional information Days running: Various - see additional information

GCSE Mathematics Course Details The course follows the National Curriculum syllabus for Mathematics. The first 4/5 weeks are in preparation for the Adult Numeracy Level 1 Examination(in October), the following 10 weeks lead up to the Adult Numeracy Examination level 2 taken in January. Progression is then towards the GCSE Higher tier examination. Please note:- Coursework is no longer an element...

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