Where Can I Sit My GCSE Exams?

Can I do GCSE online?

Our GCSE Courses are all studied online through our online campus that allows students to work in their own time with expert tutor support.

Once you sit your GCSE exams, you will be awarded with an Edexcel GCSE qualification..

Can you pay to sit a GCSE exam?

You should be aware that there’s a fee to sit the exam which you’ll pay directly to the exam centre. The exact cost of this will vary depending on which centre you chose. Have a look at our exam booking guide for more advice on how to get this organised.

Can you sit GCSE exams at home?

You can start a GCSE home study course at any time but you can only sit your examination in an appropriate examination window (May/June). All AQA specification GCSE examinations have to be sat in the UK as a private candidate. We don’t recommend students study more than 5 courses at any one time.

Can I sit a GCSE maths exam without doing the course?

For some subjects, yes. But not all. Many subjects at GCSE and science subjects at A level have coursework (which has been significantly from previous years but is still present in many courses) or practical lab assessments. So you do need to find a course for those.

Can I take a GCSE outside of school?

If you aren’t attending high school, you can still take your formal GCSE exams at a school or college of your choice, and this is available for a wide variety of academic subjects.

How much does it cost to sit a GCSE?

There will also be exam entry fees to be paid, which usually cost around £25 – paid to the examining board – for most GCSEs, and £12 for each single A level module or unit (remember, A levels consist of six units). Others cost more – English GCSE, for example, will usually be charged at between £40 – £50.