The main benefit of studying the FSMQ is to consolidate and reinforce the skills met at GCSE which in turn should enhance performance. The UCAS tariff is perhaps useful for those students who choose not to pursue mathematics as part of their post-16 studies.
Articles in this section
- FSMQ: Can students take both AS Maths and FSMQ at the same time?
- FSMQ: What resources are available to private candidates?
- FSMQ: Where can I find resources for the FSMQ?
- FSMQ: Does the Level 3 FSMQ in Additional Maths attract UCAS Tariff points?
- FSMQ: Which grades are available for the FSMQ?
- FSMQ: What are the defined question ‘Command Words’?
- FSMQ: What type of calculator do I need?
- FSMQ: Is this Level 3 qualification included in performance tables?
- FSMQ: Do students need to study the FSMQ in order to progress to A Level Mathematics?
- FSMQ: What are the benefits of studying the FSMQ: Additional Mathematics qualification?