Initial Assessment for GCSE Maths Courses
The Initial Assessment is a 1-1 meeting with a GCSE maths tutor, which will be conducted online using Zoom (a video call). You will be emailed an invitation to the meeting the day before and you will just need to use the link and follow some simple instructions to join the tutor in the call.
The assessment will last a maximum of 30 minutes. The tutor will spend some time talking with you about how you use maths in your life and why you want to improve your skills. You will then do a short maths assessment. This will be mainly done through talking about the maths and may cover topics such as subtraction, times tables, fractions, decimals and percentages.
If suitable, the tutor will then offer you a place on our introductory GCSE maths course and a place in one of the GCSE classes.
Prosp User 3
This Initial Assessment is for people who are interested in doing GCSE Maths and who do not already have a C (or 4) or an equivalent qualification, such as Level 2 Functional Skills.
If you then go on to join a course you will need to have sufficient IT skills to be able to use online learning resources.
Prosp User 4
You will need to have a laptop or personal computer with a Webcam and access to the internet.
You will need a pen and paper.
Prosp User 5
The course will take place via Zoom and you will be emailed the access link once you have enrolled. If you are new to Zoom and online learning, please do get in touch and we will try our best to support you.
Courses are subject to eligibility.
Prosp User 6
1.00 hrs per wk
1 weeks
To be confirmed