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    Just received an application from my local college for gcse math level 2. On it it says there will be 6 exams ,4 in march??!! And two in June. When I rang up the college few days back, the advisor said there will only be 2 exams in June. When I asked my step daughter who only just sat them in June, she also confirmed about the two exam being in June. I have also look at provisional gcse exams dates for 2015 and again, no mention of march exams. Could someone please explain? Are there march exams internal or mocks maybe? Apologies if this question has been asked already , thanks kat
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    Depends which syllabus and which examiner.
    Gcse maths is now a linear qualification where you take either 2 or 3 exams at the end of the course.
    Exams are in either June or November.
    A one year course is likely to be structured around two exams taken in June.




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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    Depends which syllabus and which examiner.
    Gcse maths is now a linear qualification where you take either 2 or 3 exams at the end of the course.
    Exams are in either June or November.
    A one year course is likely to be structured around two exams taken in June.




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