Is FSMQ a GCSE?
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In respect to this, does FSMQ get UCAS points?
UCAS. UCAS points are awarded on achievement in the FSMQ, with 20 points for an A, 17 points for a B, 13 for a C, 10 for a D and 7 for an E. Unlike GCSEs, it is impossible to gain the A* grade, with the highest grade being an A.
Beside above, do you have to declare FSMQ on UCAS? My DC2 is also told that OCR FSMQ Maths results are not needed to be declared on the UCAS form if you do not want to do. Also, it is a certificate course so not a full GCSE.
In this regard, does additional maths count as a GCSE?
AQA Level 2 Certificate in Further Maths is designed to stretch and challenge high achieving mathematicians. It is the equivalent to a full GCSE course, but it doesn't cover the full Key Skills 4 (KS4) programme of study, which still must be covered.
What qualification is additional maths?
Additional Mathematics. Additional Mathematics is a qualification in mathematics, commonly taken by students in high-school (or GCSE exam takers in United Kingdom). It is applied to a range of problems set out in a different format and wider content to the standard Mathematics at the same level.