Gcse Maths Coursework 2005

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These GCSEs are assessed to the same standard as the more academic GCSEs, although the work you produce will have a more practical emphasis.

These GCSEs are assessed to the same standard as the more academic GCSEs, although the work you produce will have a more practical emphasis.

The pass rate for science double award - where pupils studied aspects of Biology, Chemistry and Physics and received two GCSEs - almost doubled between 1993 (46.1%) and 2010 (87.2%) when it was discontinued.

The cause of such improvements in achievement has always been debated, and research published earlier this year by Ofqual found that exams had become easier in the last ten years.

The first English Baccalaureate - or EBacc - courses will start in September 2015 and will remove the opportunity to retake modules, cut down on coursework and reintroduce the tough end-of-year exams that were phased out during the GCSE era.

In their story here, Hélène Mulholland and Nicholas Watt write: The changes will lead to an overhaul of the module system as course work is replaced by exams.

The percentage achieving grade A* or A also climbed every year until 2012.

2.8% of GCSE entries were awarded the A* grade when it was introduced in 1993, but 7.8% - or almost one in twelve - were given the top grade in 2011.These GCSEs can lead to similar progression paths as traditional GCSEs.Short course GCSEs are designed to give you more options about what and how you study.They are usually studied full-time at school or college, taking five terms to complete.GCSEs are available in more than 60 subjects and vocational areas.However, if you learn more slowly than others, you can spread a short course out over the same length as a traditional GCSE.Short courses also allow more able students to take extra subjects, like a second language.Applied GCSEs are designed to provide a more 'hands-on' approach and encourage you to apply your knowledge and understanding of a subject in a practical way.They are comparable in size to two traditional GCSEs.If you think something may have gone wrong with marking your exam, your school or FE college can ask for a re-mark or recount.There is also an Appeals process which is administered by the awarding organisation, and if necessary, the independent Examinations Appeals Board.

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