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iGCSE Maths - exams not included

Key Points

  • Gain a detailed understanding of mathematics
  • Develop logic and problem-solving skills
  • Explore topics like algebra and statistics
  • Get your IGCSE Maths within a year
  • Manage your learning online
  • Gain access to other UK courses

About your Course

Students around the world can gain a widely recognised and accepted GCSE alternative by completing The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).

Since mathematics qualifications are held in such high regard with employers and educators, an IGCSE Maths course enables you to progress to further study or launch a new career.

By studying key mathematical principles like algebra, geometry, probability and statistics, you’ll develop problem-solving skills and other demonstratable knowledge by the time you complete the course.

The modules included in the course are designed to help you build confidence in your mathematical abilities. Enabling you to develop a fluency with concepts, methods and skills, as well as familiarity with numbers, patterns and relationships and the ability to interpret results.

You will also be able to effectively reason and communicate by using mathematical concepts.

The skills you’ll gain in this course will be an asset to you throughout your future career as well as day to day life.  The course was written by qualified subject specialists, with years of experience in further education. So, you can be confident in the quality of your education and its benefit to your future studies and employment.

This course also includes your IGCSE Maths exam. IGCSE maths exams are available in November and January, and May – June each year, providing more flexibility for mature students.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is a leading UK distance learning provider. Our IGCSE Maths is regulated by Ofqual and is a recognised alternative to the traditional GCSE Maths course.

Therefore, you can be confident that it is recognised by employers and educators alike in the UK and abroad. It can also help you gain access to other UK based courses, and it can be used to support a university application in the same way a standard GCSE Maths can.

Although the course content varies slightly from a standard GCSE, you will still gain the same learning outcomes and you will gain an IGCSE qualification in Maths.

As an online course, you can learn whenever suits you best, giving you the freedom to carry on working and earning while you gain new skills. This flexibility also enables you to complete the course as quickly as you like.

You will be provided with an Individual Learning Plan that outlines the submission deadlines for your assignments to keep you on track throughout your studies. On average, learners take 9 to 12 months to complete their iGCSE.

This course does not include the exams, but you can add those later. 

Great news! There are no entry requirements for the course. All you need is access to a computer or tablet and an internet connection.

*You will have access to the course for 12 months only. You can purchase course extensions.

IGCSE mathematics covers the Pearson Edexcel International GCSE Mathematics B (9-1) specification and includes sections on:

Number

This unit covers using numbers to solve a variety of different problems. You’ll use fractions, decimals and percentages, and work with ratios and proportion.

Algebra

In this unit, you’ll learn how to use algebra and formulae in different ways, including problem-solving and working with graphs. Once you’re comfortable with these skills, you’ll learn how to work with quadratic equations. 

Geometry

Here, you’ll look at 2D and 3D shapes, including circles, triangles and trapeziums. The unit includes using vectors to describe directions and movement, and using rules and formulae to find angles in shapes.

Measures

This unit looks at different ways of measuring, including the use of scales to draw plans or to read maps. You’ll look at how to work with speed and density in a variety of contexts and learn how these apply to real life situations.

Statistics

In this unit, you’ll learn how to interpret, analyse and compare different sets of data, and how to present your own data to share with others. You’ll look at how trends can be predicted and how to ensure that the interpretation of data is trustworthy.

Probability

This unit looks at using probability to describe the chance of events happening. You’ll learn how to use the language of probability to explain likelihood, and how to use diagrams, tables and techniques to explore the idea of chance in different situations.

You will be assessed by your tutor throughout your course.  

iGCSE Maths - exams not included

Key Points

  • Gain a detailed understanding of mathematics
  • Develop logic and problem-solving skills
  • Explore topics like algebra and statistics
  • Get your IGCSE Maths within a year
  • Manage your learning online
  • Gain access to other UK courses

About your Course

Students around the world can gain a widely recognised and accepted GCSE alternative by completing The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE).

Since mathematics qualifications are held in such high regard with employers and educators, an IGCSE Maths course enables you to progress to further study or launch a new career.

By studying key mathematical principles like algebra, geometry, probability and statistics, you’ll develop problem-solving skills and other demonstratable knowledge by the time you complete the course.

The modules included in the course are designed to help you build confidence in your mathematical abilities. Enabling you to develop a fluency with concepts, methods and skills, as well as familiarity with numbers, patterns and relationships and the ability to interpret results.

You will also be able to effectively reason and communicate by using mathematical concepts.

The skills you’ll gain in this course will be an asset to you throughout your future career as well as day to day life.  The course was written by qualified subject specialists, with years of experience in further education. So, you can be confident in the quality of your education and its benefit to your future studies and employment.

This course also includes your IGCSE Maths exam. IGCSE maths exams are available in November and January, and May – June each year, providing more flexibility for mature students.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is a leading UK distance learning provider. Our IGCSE Maths is regulated by Ofqual and is a recognised alternative to the traditional GCSE Maths course.

Therefore, you can be confident that it is recognised by employers and educators alike in the UK and abroad. It can also help you gain access to other UK based courses, and it can be used to support a university application in the same way a standard GCSE Maths can.

Although the course content varies slightly from a standard GCSE, you will still gain the same learning outcomes and you will gain an IGCSE qualification in Maths.

As an online course, you can learn whenever suits you best, giving you the freedom to carry on working and earning while you gain new skills. This flexibility also enables you to complete the course as quickly as you like.

You will be provided with an Individual Learning Plan that outlines the submission deadlines for your assignments to keep you on track throughout your studies. On average, learners take 9 to 12 months to complete their iGCSE.

This course does not include the exams, but you can add those later. 

IGCSE mathematics covers the Pearson Edexcel International GCSE Mathematics B (9-1) specification and includes sections on:

Number

This unit covers using numbers to solve a variety of different problems. You’ll use fractions, decimals and percentages, and work with ratios and proportion.

Algebra

In this unit, you’ll learn how to use algebra and formulae in different ways, including problem-solving and working with graphs. Once you’re comfortable with these skills, you’ll learn how to work with quadratic equations. 

Geometry

Here, you’ll look at 2D and 3D shapes, including circles, triangles and trapeziums. The unit includes using vectors to describe directions and movement, and using rules and formulae to find angles in shapes.

Measures

This unit looks at different ways of measuring, including the use of scales to draw plans or to read maps. You’ll look at how to work with speed and density in a variety of contexts and learn how these apply to real life situations.

Statistics

In this unit, you’ll learn how to interpret, analyse and compare different sets of data, and how to present your own data to share with others. You’ll look at how trends can be predicted and how to ensure that the interpretation of data is trustworthy.

Probability

This unit looks at using probability to describe the chance of events happening. You’ll learn how to use the language of probability to explain likelihood, and how to use diagrams, tables and techniques to explore the idea of chance in different situations.

You will be assessed by your tutor throughout your course.  

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