Mathematics GCSE (from 2015)
Key Documents (Teaching from 2015)
The GCSE specifications in Mathematics and Mathematics-Numeracy have been revised.
The original specifications, with amended front covers only, should be used for teaching learners who will be entered for examinations in November 2017, Summer 2018 and November 2018.
The REVISED specifications should be use for teaching leaners who will be entered for examinations in Summer 2019 and subsequently.
The changes to the specifications are detailed here.
Specifications – for awarding from November 2016 to November 2018
This version of the GCSE Mathematics specification is to be used for candidates sitting examinations up to and including the November 2018 series.
This version of the GCSE Mathematics-Numeracy specification is to be used for candidates sitting examinations up to and including the November 2018 series
Specifications – for awarding from Summer 2019
This version of the GCSE Mathematics specification is to be used for candidates sitting examinations in Summer 2019 and subsequently.
This version of the GCSE Mathematics-Numeracy specification is to be used for pupils sitting examinations in Summer 2019 and subsequently.
About the GCSE Mathematics for Wales (first teaching from 2015)
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