GCSE Maths

Maths 4 All


Important information

  • GCSE
  • Online
  • Abergele (Wales)

Important information

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Croft House, 43 Sea Road, LL22 7TE, Conwy, Wales
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Course programme

Our GCSE mathematics home study course is suitable for all examination boards (Edexcel, AQA, OCR). It is ideally suited to those who want to do teacher training (PGCE). Covering a wide range of topics, the course is divided into easy to follow modules.

Each module contains figures, diagrams, examples and in-text questions to help you progress steadily. Particularly attention has been paid to difficult topics (like algebra). Everything you will need to start studying right away is provided ...

two CD-ROM's and
tutor support

Also included is ...

a pen
scientific calculator
geometry set
mock examination papers and
carry case
The advantage of home study is flexibility. You are in control. Simply fit in your studying whenever and wherever you want. Study at home, in your lunch break at work, when the children have gone to bed, literally anytime, it is entirely up to you.

The whole syllabus is covered for the new two tier GCSE maths examination, covering both the foundation level (grades C to G) and higher levels (grades A* to D). Divided into six easy to follow workbooks, topics covered include:

  • The four basic rules of number
  • Shape and space
  • Geometry
  • Graphs and charts
  • Algebra
  • Statistics and probability

Where Can I Take the Exam?

Unless you are already enrolled on a college or school course, you will need to enter yourself for the examination. To do this you register with a centre near to you, usually either a school or college. This is done via the examination boards. You will be entering as an external or private candidate. For further details, and how to register for the examination click here.

Course Fees

The cost of the full course (which includes tutor support and postage and packing) is only £179.

Remember you are not alone, once you have enrolled, you can always contact our tutors for friendly help and advice.