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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 noncalculator and one calculator. The marks awarded for both papers are the same and of equal weighting.
Unit 1: Noncalculator
· 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: Calculatorallowed
· 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.
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