Preparing for Your Maths Equivalency
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Preparation for Maths Equivalency
1. Revision Materials
You can easily purchase the recommended materials for the Maths Equivalency exam online by inserting the ISBN number below into Google or your preferred web browser. The book is inexpensive and essential to your successful preparation for the exam.
- GCSE Mathematics – The Revision Guide – ISBN Number – 1841460214
- GCSE Mathematics – The Workbook – ISBN Number – 184146029X
Additional Online Revision Resources are Listed Below
- BBC Schools revision guide
- BBC Bitesize
- GCSE Answers
- GCSE Guide
- Edexcel GCSE Past Exam Papers
We advise all candidates to attend at least one revision class prior to sitting this Maths Edexcel exam.
2. Exam Information & Dates
27 Feb 2019, 27 Mar 2019, 24 Apr 2019, 22 May 2019, 19 Jun 2019, 24 Jul 2019, 21 Aug 2019, 25 Sep 2019, 23 Oct 2019, 20 Nov 2019, 11 Dec 2019
Non Calculator Paper / One Paper 2 Hours
The exam is an intermediate paper and ALL candidates are automatically enrolled onto this paper. If anyone requires a higher tier paper they need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Maths Equivalency Exam is two hours long
Please click the link below to download full details of the course syllabus and the topics included:
Islington Arts and Media School (IAMS)
Please be advised that you are not permitted onto the school site until 5.30pm on the day of the exam.
The Day of the Exam
Photo ID must be presented before gaining access to the examination room.
Please email email@example.com should you require any further information regarding any aspect of the course content, dates or location.
3. Examination Grades
Your results are sent to you via email within fifteen days of completing the exam. We will also send you an official A* Star Equivalency certificate, which includes a anti-fraud personalised encryption code directly linked to your results.
The vast majority of training providers accept the certificate and the Maths Equivalency qualification, but we recommend that you check as to their specific requirements in advance.
|Sit higher paper if you prefer to achieve A* (86-100) or A (71-85) B (56-70) C (41-55)|
Highest grade on this test