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Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by endoftheroad, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. endoftheroad

    endoftheroad New commenter

    My nephew is timetabled to take four GCSE maths exams, two for methods and two for applications. He is in Year 11, is this right? Should he have taken two in Year 10? If not, does it count as one or two GCSE's?
     
  2. Each individual school can choose when to take the four papers, my school did the two Paper 1's at the end of year 10 but a friend's school are taking all four papers at the end of year 11. The advantage of taking some in year 10 is that they can then re-take in January if necessary and it reduces the number of exams in June.
    They will count as two GCSE's.
     

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