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• Considering University?
• GCSE Results
• How is Maths useful?
• How likely is it that my child will reach a C?
• Will examination board changes affect Mathematics?
• Why hire a tutor?


Considering University?

What A-levels do you need for the degree you want to study?
(Andy Gardner, Which?, 20th January, 2016)

Good maths results can directly affect your acceptance to university. From medicine to geography, a maths A Level is seen as positive criteria for entry. In fact, a maths A Level is classed as useful for 53% of degrees.

The steep climb to university starts with GCSEs
(Tommy Cookson, The Telegraph, 23rd April 2012)


How is Maths useful?

What A-levels do you need for the degree you want to study?
(Andy Gardner, Which?, 20th January, 2016)

Good maths results can directly affect your acceptance to university. From medicine to geography, a maths A Level is seen as positive criteria for entry. In fact, a maths A Level is classed as useful for 53% of degrees.

Links between Geography and Mathematics
(International Council for Science, STEM Learning, 1999)

For example, in Hydrology, which considers rainfall and the formation of lakes, students use Maths to calculate volumes of water.

GCSE Results

New WJEC Provisional Results, November 2017
(WJEC, January 2018)

Welsh GCSE Results – November 2016 (WJEC CBAC Ltd, 19th January 2017)

Examination results
(Welsh Government, 16th December 2015)


How likely is it that my child will reach a C?

GCSE passes up, but top grades down
(Sean Coughlan, BBC, 20th August 2015)

Study shows private tutoring improves grades
(1-2-1 Home Tutors, 17th January 2011)


Will examination board changes affect Mathematics?

A-level reforms: what they mean for you
(Tim Miller, Which?, 2015)


Why hire a tutor?

Why more GCSE students are seeking private tuition
(Anna Michaelidou, First Tutors, 12th January 2016)

How do I know if my child needs tutoring?
(English Tutors Brighton, 5th December 2015)

How does Private tutoring help improve exam results?
(Fleet Tutors, 8th December 2015)

10 Benefits of tutoring
(Rachel K, Rachel K tutoring, 26th May 2014)

Study shows private tutoring improves grades
(1-2-1 Home Tutors, 17th January 2011)

Almost one in two children in London have a home tutor, figures reveal
(Anna Davis, Evening Standard, 3rd September 2015)

44% of children admitted to having a home tutor in London, as opposed to 22% throughout the rest of the country. Discusses the progression of tuition and the increased wealth in London compared to other areas.