Published data form the Joint Council for Qualifications has revealed that summer entries for June 2018 for students aged 17 plus taking GCSE maths only 22.7% achieved a grade 4 or higher – down 14.3% compared with 2017. For candidates of all ages across the UK, the grade 4 pass rate was 59.8%.
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Recent research has shown that over one in four secondary school pupils are being thought by private tutors. This shows that young pupils from rich families are more likely to get additional help than their counterparts from poorer homes, according to the Sutton Trust report. The poll conducted by the Sutton Trust which included over […]
If your child struggles with maths, physics, chemistry, or history then you may have considered hiring a tutor before, but we can almost guarantee you’ve never hired a Harry Potter themed tutor. A private in-home tutoring company, announced earlier this month a new and innovative way it’s going to tutor children. They are now offering […]
According to the latest GCSE results, girl scores are slowly closing gaps with those of boys – specifically in Physics and Maths. A 0.5% increase was seen this year. While in the past year 14.7% received top grade (ranging 7 to 9), this year the rate is at 15.2%. Alternatively, the percentage of boys receiving […]