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GCSE Equivalency Tests

The GCSE Equivalency tests in maths, English and Science are required to gain entry into higher education. They are most commonly taken by prospective trainee teachers and sometimes by people looking to undertake other professional university courses like nursing. At QTS Maths Tutor we help people to prepare for their GCSE equivalency tests. We don’t just help with maths; we also provide support for the English and Science GCSE equivalency tests.

The GCSE maths equivalency test has to be taken if you don’t have a GCSE maths qualification but you want to access higher education and training courses. Many universities now accept the maths equivalency test as an equivalent to a GCSE maths qualification, especially for teacher training courses, but you must double check this with the provider you are applying to before taking the test. Once you know that your university or training provider will accept the equivalency test as a GCSE equivalent then we can help you with the rest.

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We also help people prepare for their GCSE English equivalency test, so whether you are looking for GCSE equivalency test past papers or online revision materials, then you will find what you are looking for here. We also have specialist GCSE English Equivalency test tutors who can help you on a one to one basis to prepare for your exam.  We will even help you with your GCSE Equivalency test booking.

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We help people to prepare for the GCSE Science equivalency test as well as the stand alone Biology equivalency test which is often required for those applying to a teaching or nursing course. Before anyone considers taking the GCSE Science equivalency test, you must make sure with your university or training provider that they will accept an equivalency test qualification. Once you are ready to start preparing for your exam, we will be there every step of the way supporting you with equivalency test revision materials, booking your test and anything else you need help with.

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GCSE Equivalency FAQs

How do I get help for the GCSE Equivalency test?2019-07-17T11:19:25+00:00
The Maths Made Easy GCSE Equivalency test service is a dedicated service that supports people in preparing and booking the GCSE equivalency test.
If I have a GCSE Equivalency test pass do I still have to do my QTS Skills Tests?2019-07-17T11:19:25+00:00
Yes, regardless of what GCSE qualifications you have, everyone has to pass both the literacy and numeracy skills test in order to gain entry on to an initial teacher training course.
Who needs to take a GCSE equivalency test?2019-07-17T11:19:25+00:00
GCSE Equivalency tests are usually taken by people looking to pursue certain professions, teaching being by far the most common one. You need to take the test if you do not already have a GCSE grade C or level 4 in maths and English. Some initial teacher training providers and Universities will accept a GCSE Equivalency test score instead of an actual GCSE grade.
What is the pass mark for the GCSE equivalency test?2019-07-17T11:19:34+00:00
It varies from test to test and whether you do the foundation paper or higher paper that some providers offer.
How do I book my GCSE Equivalency test?2019-07-17T11:19:34+00:00
You need to book an exam with either a University directly or an independent examination provider. You can get help booking your GCSE Equivalency test by contacting us. We help people with their maths equivalency test.
What are the GCSE Equivalency tests?2019-07-17T11:19:34+00:00
The GCSE Equivalency tests in maths, English and Science are tests that cover some of the GCSE curriculum and have an associated examination. They are accepted as alternative qualifications by some Universities if you don’t have a GCSE grade C or level 4. They are often accepted within teacher training courses.