Statistics (8382) GCSE Syllabus
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GCSE Statistics Syllabus
Teaching from: September 2017
Exams from: June 2019
Specification code: 8382
QAN code: 603/1177/0
Our new qualification is fully co-teachable alongside our GCSE Maths specification, so you can teach students of both courses in the same class.
GCSE Statistics gives students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in a key component of maths that is relevant to everyday life. They’ll develop a core statistical grounding, as well as transferable skills and understanding that’s applicable to a range of other subjects. It will also benefit those progressing to other A-level subjects such as the sciences, geography and psychology.
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