The GCSE Mathematics course involves 30 weeks of intense study covering topics on Handling Data, Number, Algebra and Shape and Space.
The course covers topics in:
- Handling Data - averages, different types of graphs, questionnaires and surveys
- Number – percentages, ratio, decimals and fractions
- Algebra – simplifying algebraic expressions and solving equations
- Shape and space – angles, area, volume
The exam consists of 3 papers, one non - calculator paper and two calculator papers.
Who is the course for?
This course is for anyone wishing to gain a grade 4 (equivalent to a grade C) or above in their GCSE Mathematics. Linear exam papers (covering calculator and non calculator) at foundation level will be taken at the end of the course (May/June).
Why study a GCSE in Maths?
GCSE Maths is a requirement for many FE and HE courses.
1 academic year - September to June
Anyone wishing to enrol must attend an assessment session prior to the start of the course, and must achieve a satisfactory score.
A willingness to work hard, attend each week, complete set work, revise thoroughly for exams and enjoy the experience of learning.
Please contact the Admissions Team by calling 0161 666 8215 or emailing AdultEd@asfc.ac.uk.
How to apply?
Please call 0161 666 8215, email email@example.com or click here to view our enrolment dates.
|All GCSE courses start in September 2021. GCSE Maths lessons run on Wednesday and Thursday evenings (you only need to attend one evening a week) from 6.00pm until 8.30pm.|