The third and final GCSE Maths exam takes place on Tuesday the 13th of June. For those who were re-sitting their GCSE Maths, you have all ready had your last exam on June the 8th as this is when paper two, the calculator paper was completed. With the new GCSE Maths 9-1 syllabus, students have to sit three papers consisting of a non-calculator paper, and two calculator papers with paper 3 being focused on problem solving questions which clearly have more comprehension within them which makes them quite difficult for many students. At York Maths Tutor we have been working with our pupils all year, practicing for all three of the GCSE Maths papers. From complex algebra, to functions, algebraic fractions to iterative methods, our GCSE Maths tutor in York have covered every aspect of all three of the GCSE Maths exams. So far we believe the two GCSE Maths papers for Edexcel and AQA have been quite straightforward, especially in comparison to some of the specimen papers and level 9 papers which are available online and directly through York Maths Tutor. We have a number of students aiming to achieve level 9 and we are confident that most will achieve it. We also have other GCSE Maths students who are simply looking to pass the course and move on to something else within further education. Whatever your child's goals and aims are with their GCSE Maths, our GCSE Maths tutors in York can help them achieve them. If you are looking to book a GCSE Maths tutor in York, contact York Maths Tutor and we will be happy to provide our assistance.