Obtaining a pass level at GCSE mathematics is now more important than ever. Employers, Apprenticeships and Universities are looking for students leaving College with a proven basic level of numeracy. In addition, the UK Government 16 -19 Education Policy now means that all students are required to leave College with a pass at GCSE Maths, and if not then they must be studying towards it.
This means that, for Henley College students, you are required to attend two lessons of Maths each week until you pass the subject. That's two lessons a week that you could spend working towards your Level 2 or Level 3 BTEC or your A Level.
If you are at school and simply need some help with your GCSE maths to try and achieve a Grade 4, I can help work with you on the reasoning questions as well as how to try an score the most marks in your exams so that you pass.
For Henley College students. I will work with your teacher at The Henley College to support your lessons and help you to pass this exam as quickly as possible Support is available to work with your two lessons per week at the Henley College on your Foundation retake in Maths with the EDEXCEL Exam board.
Online support is available by Skype, Teams or Zoom. Please check out the Online Tutorials Page for more information.
Topics Covered include:
algebra and algebraic expressions
Graphs and functions
linear and quadratic equations
geometry and trigonometry
statistics and statistical methods
In addition, for Henley College Students. I can provide a personalised programme of study that fits in with your current BTEC choices at The Henley College.
I can also provide exam preparation and revision tips, techniques and strategies to help you prepare for your exam.