GCSE - Open day

GCSE - Open day

GCSEs, the first most important stage of academic life. At least everyone looks at it that way. The first exam in academic journey, everyone puts an effort to score well.  Many parents and students are in search of their questions related to GCSEs and further steps as it will lead them to their career.

GCSEs are the main qualification taken by 14 to 16-year-olds, but are available to anyone of any age. The qualification mainly involves studying the theory of a subject, together with some investigative work, while some subjects also involve practical work. They are usually studied full-time at school or college, taking five terms to complete. GCSEs are available in more than 60 subjects and vocational areas. Boards such as Edexcel, AQA, OCR, Pearson or Eduqas use a number-graded structure for GCSE qualifications, where nine is the highest grade and one is the lowest.


An open day for GCSE at Champs Learning answers most of the queries parents have about GCSEs. How you are assessed, how written exam happens, how the practical exams contribute to your grading, what are other things that contribute to your sixth form or university admission? Does GCSE matter to university admission? What should be the learning plan, how to score better?

You can meet experienced teachers from Champs Learning and subject matter experts to discuss your worries and get answers to all your questions. You can understand how one should prepare for better GCSE grades and how Champs Learning can support you for that.

Book your seat now for available dates.

All slots are fully booked. Please contact Champs Learning Office for future dates.