Introduction to GCSE resits in Cambridge
In order to move onto higher education, it is essential to achieve a grade 4 (or C) in both GCSE Maths and English. There are opportunities to retake Maths GCSE and retake English GCSE around summer and autumn each year, typically in May and November. Other subjects, including science, can be taken in the summer. GCSE resits are suitable for anyone aged 16 and over, so it’s perfect for adult learners who are returning to education.
GCSE Exam Bookings
Through Pass My GCSE you can book your GCSE maths resit in one of our many available exam centres in Cambridge and its surrounding area. See below for a full list. It is recommended that you complete a course before sitting your GCSE maths exam, however if you feel confident enough you can simply book the exam without it. Whether you are applying to university, or taking steps to improve your employment prospects, achieving a grade 4 / C in your GCSE maths resit is essential.
This also applies to GCSE English resits, as higher education institutions and many employers will request a passing grade at GCSE. We are here to help you book in your GCSE English Exam. GCSE science resits are also quite common for those pursuing STEM careers, as many require at least a grade 4 or C at GCSE, but this will not be required for most other sectors.
Online GCSE Courses
In Cambridge, you can enrol onto a GCSE maths course or a GCSE English course offered by various colleges in the area. Alternatively, you may prefer an online course, allowing you to study at your own pace in the comfort of your own home. This option is often more convenient for people with many commitments and responsibilities, as it offers greater flexibility to access the course when you can in your busy schedule, rather than attending in person at a set time each week.
At Pass My GCSE we aim to assist learners in finding GCSE courses in Cambridge, or get them set up on an online GCSE course. Completing a GCSE course gives you the best chance of passing your GCSE maths resit exam or any other GCSE resit.