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The GCSE Equivalency Tests

The GCSE Equivalency Tests

The GCSE Equivalency tests are exams that enable prospective teachers to gain access onto initial teacher training courses without the need of a GCSE grade C or level 4. The GCSE equivalency tests are for people who haven’t achieved their level 4 at GCSE or an equivalent qualification such as functional skills. The GCSE Equivalency tests are not standardised so there are different providers and different universities and training providers have different criteria. If you need to pass a GCSE equivalency test please make sure you have checked with the University or training provider you have applied to that they will accept the equivalency test result and ask them which course and test provider they are happy with.

There are English and maths equivalency tests, both of which are like shortened versions of the GCSE. The questions within the exams tend to be of a similar difficulty and you will need to ensure you do plenty of revision before the tests. For GCSE Equivalency revision materials you can visit Maths Made Easy who provide a dedicated support service for this test.

Whether you are preparing for your English GCSE equivalency test or your maths exam we can help you with directing to the right specialists who can help. People often think if they have a GCSE qualification or equivalent that they¬† don’t need to pass the professional skills test but this isn’t true. Regardless of any qualifications you have every prospective teacher has to pass both QTS skills tests in order to gain entry on to an initial teacher training course or via the University route. If you requite help with your professional skills test, get in touch with QTS Literacy Tutor today, the UK’s number 1 QTS support service.

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