The highest grade is 9, while 1 is the lowest, not including a U (no grade). According to Ofqual, the exam regulator, grade 7 is equivalent to an A. Grade 8 is considered a strong A and grade 9 an A*. If you're looking at the **math** base, it's worth noting that the available grades are 5 to 1, so the grade limits will differ from those of the higher-level paper.

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## Do i need experience to be an online tutor?

Shahid Lakha4 minutes 57, seconds readMost tutoring platforms require tutors to have a GED (general educational development test), high school diploma, or other subject-specific certification. To become an online English teacher, for example, many platforms will require a TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certification.

## How many gcse further maths papers are there?

Shahid Lakha1 minute 47, seconds readThe AQA Level 2 Certificate in Advanced Mathematics is linear. Both question papers should be taken in the same series.

## How do i become a successful online tutor?

Shahid Lakha4 minutes 0, seconds readHow to give lessons online effectivelyImprove various skills to be adaptable, be available, be professional, adapt lessons to students, participate, encourage critical thinking, share personal experiences, teach students the importance of organization. Tutors often work with elementary, middle, and high school students to increase grades, remedy lost work or problem areas, and improve study habits.

## Is gcse mathematics important?

Shahid Lakha4 minutes 37, seconds readGCSE mathematics opens doors For many people, gcse mathematics will be a keeper; if you want to do a certain job, you will need a good grade in GCSE mathematics. You may be an excellent police officer, but without GCSE mathematics, many forces will not accept you.