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    I'm desperately trying to find out what level the Maths and English entry assessment for an access to Health Sciences course is. Level 1 as I've found on the internet seems fairly straight forward, but the GCSE level bitesize tests involving algebra etc are tough, it's over ten years since I did my GCSE's.

    Can anyone tell me what to expect for the entry assessment? I'd much prefer not to have to do the pre-access course and it's worrying me that GCSE standard algebra will be involved or is the Level 1 numeracy I see online about as hard as it gets?

    Thanks in advance!
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    (Original post by jennielalex)
    I'm desperately trying to find out what level the Maths and English entry assessment for an access to Health Sciences course is. Level 1 as I've found on the internet seems fairly straight forward, but the GCSE level bitesize tests involving algebra etc are tough, it's over ten years since I did my GCSE's.

    Can anyone tell me what to expect for the entry assessment? I'd much prefer not to have to do the pre-access course and it's worrying me that GCSE standard algebra will be involved or is the Level 1 numeracy I see online about as hard as it gets?

    Thanks in advance!
    Level 1 numeracy tests will be pretty basic stuff. I don't think you have anything to worry about.
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    It's easy. Charts, graphs, volume, area, perimeter, etc. Bit of multiplication.


    This website got me through my assessment. I got 100%. http://move-on.org.uk/ilr_php/numeracy/welcome.php
 
 
 
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