GCSE Mathematics

  • £225 (including exam fees). TBC for September 2021

  • 30 weeks

We have a variety of GCSE Mathematics classes are on offer to suit every learner.

It is very important to read all the information below, prior to applying, as it may affect which course you are eligible for.

We have a variety of classes:

  • Monday evening 5 – 8 pm
  • Tuesday evening 5 – 8 pm
  • Wednesday evening 5 – 8 pm (short course, ends November)
  • Thursday morning 10 am – 1 pm
  • Thursday evening 6 – 9 pm
  • Wednesday evening 6 – 9 pm (January start, ends June)

All learners will be expected to do homework each week.

Please note the first Wednesday evening class is a short course of 8 weeks, to sit the exam in November. It is primarily aimed at those who completed a GCSE Maths course the previous year and achieved a Grade D in the summer examination.

The Tuesday evening class is intended for learners who already have a C grade and who need a B grade or above for progression.

If you wish to only sit the exams (no class teaching), please contact our Examinations Office, Tel: 01656 302 302.

These GCSE courses are not intended for full-time learners at Bridgend College. They will be assigned a GCSE class as part of their main course.

If you feel you are not ready for a GCSE class, please look under courses for Mathematics (Skills for Adults). They provide classes focusing on basic numeracy.

For any questions not answered here, please email hello@bridgend.ac.uk

Assessment by two external examinations, one in late May and the other early June. The examination board is WJEC.

There are 2 types of GCSE: Mathematics and Mathematics – Numeracy. We usually sit the Mathematics paper.

  • All learners will be asked to come into College for an informal assessment and discussion. This is to assess your current ability level and identify your most appropriate class. There are three assessments dates in June, July and August. Please apply online and select your preferred assessment date. No other dates are normally available unless there are exceptional circumstances. It is important you check you emails regularly for any updates and additional information, once you have applied
  • Evidence of your most recently achieved GCSE Mathematics Grade will be required
  • Mature learners without formal qualifications will be accepted at the discretion of the course tutor

Gaining a Grade C or above will enable you to progress to Level 3 study.

We have a variety of classes:

  • Monday evening 5 – 8 pm
  • Tuesday evening 5 – 8 pm
  • Wednesday evening 5 – 8 pm (short course, ends November)
  • Thursday morning 10 am – 1 pm
  • Thursday evening 6 – 9 pm
  • Wednesday evening 6 – 9 pm (January start, ends June)

All learners will be expected to do homework each week.

Please note the first Wednesday evening class is a short course of 8 weeks, to sit the exam in November. It is primarily aimed at those who completed a GCSE Maths course the previous year and achieved a Grade D in the summer examination.

The Tuesday evening class is intended for learners who already have a C grade and who need a B grade or above for progression.

If you wish to only sit the exams (no class teaching), please contact our Examinations Office, Tel: 01656 302 302.

These GCSE courses are not intended for full-time learners at Bridgend College. They will be assigned a GCSE class as part of their main course.

If you feel you are not ready for a GCSE class, please look under courses for Mathematics (Skills for Adults). They provide classes focusing on basic numeracy.

For any questions not answered here, please email hello@bridgend.ac.uk

Assessment by two external examinations, one in late May and the other early June. The examination board is WJEC.

There are 2 types of GCSE: Mathematics and Mathematics-Numeracy. We usually sit the Mathematics paper.

  • All learners will be asked to come into College for an informal assessment and discussion. This is to assess your current ability level and identify your most appropriate class. There are three assessments dates in June, July and August. Please apply online and select your preferred assessment date. No other dates are normally available unless there are exceptional circumstances. It is important you check you emails regularly for any updates and additional information, once you have applied
  • Evidence of your most recently achieved GCSE Mathematics Grade will be required
  • Mature learners without formal qualifications will be accepted at the discretion of the course tutor

Gaining a Grade C or above will enable you to progress to Level 3 study.

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