GCSE results day brought joy for many students but disappointment for others. If you have been left disheartened by your GCSE maths grade, don’t panic, you are not alone and have options.
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The transition from GCSE to A-Level Maths can be a challenging one. The secret to starting the A-Level is to be organised and prepared.
The new GCSE maths curriculum introduced a topic that pupils often struggle with: quadratic inequalities. A quadratic inequality is a second-degree equation that uses an inequality sign instead of an equal sign. Let’s see how to solve it.
GCSE Maths is a challenge. Here are a few easy study tips on how you can make the most of your study sessions and conquer GCSE Maths.
For Maths GCSE and A-Level Maths, your child’s teachers is now responsible for deciding how your child will be graded. This will be judged on performance across the year, rather than the just the summer term.
GCSE, A-level exams, and KS2 Sats have been scrapped. Just when we thought that the Covid-19 had already caused enough havoc with education in 2020, it reared its head again and has already brought the education world to its knees again in 2021.
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