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**WJEC GCSE MATHEMATICS SPECIFCIATION AT A GLANCE**

The new WJEC GCSE Maths specification has been amended. The following summarises the examination structure and how the WJEC Maths GCSE is awarded.

**WJEC GCSE Maths Tiers**

There are 3 tiers all of which adhere to the traditional grading system.

·Higher Tier: Grades A* – C

·Intermediate Tier: Grades B – E

·Foundation Tier: Grades D – G

**WJEC Exam Paper Structure**

All three tiers will sit two GCSE maths papers, one non-calculator and one calculator. The marks awarded for both papers are the same and of equal weighting.

Unit 1: Non-calculator

·Written examination

·Higher: 1 hour 45 minutes (80 marks)

·Intermediate:1 hour 45 minutes (80 marks)

·Foundation: 1 hour 30 minutes (65 marks)

·50% of the GCSE

·There will be a mixture of shorter and longer questions with the paper generally getting more difficult as you progress through it.

Unit 2: Calculator-allowed

·Written examination

·Higher: 1 hour 45 minutes (80 marks)

·Intermediate:1 hour 45 minutes (80 marks)

·Foundation: 1 hour 30 minutes (65 marks)

·50% of the GCSE

·There will be a mixture of shorter and longer questions with the paper generally getting more difficult as you progress through it.