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GCSE Maths

Level 2

Course code: K01P104
Type: Part Time
Duration: 1 year
Subject area: Mathematics
Location: Ludlow
No fee information available

About the course

This is a one-year GCSE course designed for students wishing to develop their maths skills and improve their grades. A GCSE grade C (grade 4) in maths is essential for progressing onto many college and university courses and ability to do maths is always valued by employers. This course will help you to improve on the areas you find the most difficult, building your confidence as well as your understanding and skills.

Why choose us

Maths class sizes are relatively small, allowing more individual tutor support. Students are encouraged to work together. Connections are made with everyday scenarios which students can relate to. We treat maths as a tool for solving real-world problems rather than as a subject to be studied for its own sake. The course design is based on an adult-education model, and is accessible to all students irrespective of their previous maths results.

What you could do next

Students can progress to further studies, training or employment. Adults may choose Access courses to familiarise themselves with the demands of higher-level study. For students who do need to re-sit either (or both) GCSE English or Maths, we can accommodate English and Maths within your programme of study. You will require a grade 4 (grade C) at GCSE English Language to progress to any A Level course or Level 3 vocational course. Some A level courses are open to students who have not yet achieved a grade 4 (grade C).

Popular modules

Modules vary – please contact our enquiries team on 0800 032 1986 for the latest information.

Assessment methods

Assessment will be via 3 external written Exams

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements but it should normally be taken alongside a full time course at Ludlow College. It compulsory for all full-time students under 19 who have not already obtained a grade 4 or above in GCSE Maths.