Adult gcse

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Be part of the success next year and enrol on one of our courses. We offer a range of e-learning , distance learning , intensive and fast-track courses for you to choose from. Courses will be delivered in a virtual learning environment where you will get the support and tuition needed to gain a GCSE. These fast paced courses will enable you to achieve a GCSE in your chosen subject. It will support you to improve your career prospects and also allow you to build up your own personal skills.

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GCSEs - ACL Essex Adult Learning Courses

Certain further education courses will also ask for it, even if the subject is unrelated to Maths. Just ask Kate and David! You should make sure that the course has been accredited by a recognised exam board such as Pearson Edexcel or AQA. This ensures that the course syllabus has been designed to properly prepare you for the exam and the materials you receive are high quality. Ensure that your course comes with a personal Maths tutor to help you when you get stuck. Having someone on hand to explain problems to you when needed can be the difference between giving up and getting that all-important pass.

English and maths (including GCSE) courses in adult learning

These are part-time courses consisting of one 3 hour session per week with a subject specialist tutor. If you are and adult learner over the age of 19, GCSE English and Maths can form part of your full-time study programme. If you are aged between 16 and 18 years old you will study English and Maths as part of your main full-time study programme. For more information about study programmes please see our qualification and course levels page.
You will study with us for one year on this un-tiered course not split into Foundation and Higher levels and sit 2 exams at the end of the year in June. The GCSE course will help you to develop skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing to communicate with others confidently and effectively. You will study a range of texts including fiction and non-fiction and the two final exams will test your reading of unseen texts and extended writing.