Suitable for students who are keen to sharpen their minds or improve their job prospects in many fields, including electronics, computing and engineering.
Maths GCSE Resit is an eight week course for students who have taken the exam this year and obtained a D grade. They will need to take an initial assessment and a copy of their result which is needed for details of Exam Board, Centre, Candidate and Coursework numbers.The course begins the 4th September on Tuesday eve. 6-9pm.
We offer a fast track GCSE package, including English, Mathematics and Science plus two other subjects (currently available are Media, Photography and Spanish).
This is an intensive resit course aimed at achieving a Grade C at the Higher tier by concentrating on the examination elements.
This course is targeted to students who have recently completed AQA modular GCSE Maths. There is no concession on this course.
This course will help you develop skills in reading, writing, presentation, and speaking and listening. You will study a range of texts including literary, non-literary and media through which you will experience a variety of cultures and time periods. You will develop skills in writing and speaking for different audiences and purposes.
The course is designed to offer students the best opportunity to show what they know and can do. It is a natural development and progression from assessment at Key Stage 3. The syllabus meets all the requirements for the National Curriculum in Mathematics. It should provide a worthwhile educational experience for all students whether or not they go...
This course is basically a re-sit programme which provides students who have not previously attained a grade C or equivalent in GCSE mathematics the opportunity to do so. It follows the AQA modular syllabus and is split into 3 main sections outlined below.
The programme is designed to give students who narrowly failed to gain sufficient GCSE passes, the opportunity to progress on to study Science subjects at AS Level or enter an AVCE or BTEC National Vocational Science Programme.
If you did not pass GCSE Maths with a grade C you are expected to make use of the opportunity to take it again during your stay at KGV. It may seriously restrict your career choices if you don't have a C grade as it is a necessary requirement for many university places and jobs.
A two tier course at Foundation or Higher level with two written exam papers and coursework. All courses require an initial assessment before enrolment. If you have completed the exam this year and obtained a D grade, there is a resit course of eight weeks with an exam in November. There is also a pre-GCSE course for those who are not ready for the...
The course aims to improve your range of mathematical skills and techniques in Number, Algebra, Handling Data and Shape, Space and Measure.
GCSE. Mathematics is an essential qualification for many employers and universities. Most students who arrive at Long Road without having gained a Grade C at school are expected to take this course. The GCSE is modular, so you can concentrate on one topic at a time, and it is possible to resit the module exams if necessary.
The GCSE has the same content as studied in secondary school but covered in a modular format. Suitable for: This course is designed for students who have a grade D at GCSE.The course is designed to improve your grade to C in a very intense year.
Whatever your previous background in maths this course is designed to help you to develop your understanding and to progress. You have the opportunity to resit GCSE Mathematics in November; there are two written exams, one calculator and one non-calculator. At the same time you have the opportunity to take the basic skills (Skills for Life)...