Studying GCSEs as an adult - Life skills
Are you looking to improve your career or employment options, but need these all-important GCSE English or maths qualifications?
Many adults study for their GCSEs later on in life, or re-sit them to improve the grade they received at school. It may feel a bit daunting returning to studying (after all you may not have been in an education settings for 5,10, or 15+ years!), and that’s OK, your tutors are experienced in not only their subject areas, but also helping you to settle in.
Why should I retake my GCSEs?
- You’ll improve your confidence in using in English and maths in day-to-day life
- They’re a necessary entry qualification for many universities
- They are often a requirement by employers
- You’ll improve your salary prospects.
Where are there GCSE courses for adults near me?
How much are GCSE English Language and GCSE maths at MidKent College?
If you do not currently hold a grade C/4, then this will be free for you. You can also consider supplementing this with another qualification alongside, such as an Access to Higher Education course.