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English and Maths
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English and Maths
A powerful revision and improvement package for GCSE, identifying and developing specific skill gaps for improved results. GCSE Achieve now includes content to support the 2017 Syllabus.
Are you looking to improve your English? Do you want both the skills and confidence to be able to speak confidently with others?
ESOL Anytime is the ideal eLearning tool to help you improve your speaking, reading and writing English skills, giving you the confidence to work or study in any English-speaking environment. This self-study course works by finding out which topics you are struggling with, then gives you the resources you need to improve. Working through each section in your own time, and only covering the topics where you need the most help, you are able to use your time effectively.
There are four parts to the ESOL Anytime product which will help you to improve your English skills. An Initial Assessment assesses your skills, and provides you with your current working level, a Diagnostic Assessment then identifies your skills across a range of English topics, and highlights the areas where you need help. An Individual Learning Plan (ILP) will then be produced, which highlights your strong and weak areas, then points you to the relevant Learning Resources. All of this ensures that rapid development of your core English skills. You will have access to the software for 90 days.
Please note that Skills Anytime is not a qualification. It is a tool to help you to improve your skills.
- Initial Assessment for Maths: Welsh Version
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- Learning Styles Assessment
- Personal Learning and Thinking Skills Assessment
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- IELTS Assessments & Resources