Tutors' Guild guide to Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Maths
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- By the end of this course, you should be confident in your understanding of the GCSE (9-1) Pearson Edexcel specification, including the many, significant changes that were introduced in both Foundation Tier and Higher Tier as part of the overhaul of the specification in 2015. This will allow you to deliver effective, targeted tutoring sessions and maximise your students' chances of success in their upcoming exams.
- You should be someone who tutors students in preparation for taking GCSE (9-1) Maths, Foundation or Higher Tier. This course focuses on Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Maths, the most popular awarding body for this qualification. If your student is going to be taking GCSE (9-1) Maths with a different awarding body, this course may not be as relevant for you as a tutor.
- It will be helpful to have a broad understanding of how exam papers are structured and marked before taking this course, to gain the maximum value from it.
This course has been designed specifically for tutors. You may be a private tutor, or a parent who tutors your own children. It explains the many critical changes in the 2015 specification for the Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Maths course. Upon completion, you should be comfortable in understanding what key changes have been made from the 2010 specification.
- Tutors who are preparing one or more students for taking GCSE (9-1) Maths with the Pearson Edexcel awarding body.
- Parents who are planning to tutor their own children for the GCSE (9-1) Maths from the Pearson Edexcel awarding body.
This video explains in detail, a summary of the changes in the 2015 specification.
N.B. Please note that in the description between 05.50 and 06.25 of this lecture, it is the first 20 marks of the higher tier paper and the last 20 marks of the foundation (NOT higher) tier paper that are the same and are targeted towards grades 4 and 5. This is correctly stated in the accompanying transcript to this lecture. We apologise for any confusion this may cause.