Edexcel International GCSE Further Pure Mathematics (2009)

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Our Edexcel International GCSE in Further Pure Mathematics is designed for students who have a high ability in or are motivated by mathematics. Learners will develop an understanding of mathematical reasoning and processes, and the ability to relate different areas of mathematics.

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Qualification type:
International GCSE
Level 1/2
Further Pure Maths
Specification codes:
UK and international ?International GCSEs are not approved for use in UK state schools, but can be taught in independent schools.
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Final assessment:
January 2019

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The Edexcel International GCSE in Further Pure Mathematics specification is assessed through two examination papers. For students who have a high ability in, or are motivated by, mathematics, it’s designed as a two-year course for teaching in international schools and colleges and UK independent schools. The specification has been constructed to broaden knowledge of the topics in our International GCSEs in Mathematics A and Mathematics B. 

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You'll build on your knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts and techniques as you study our two-year Edexcel International GCSE in Further Pure Mathematics course. 

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