Maths & English Assessments - City of Wolverhampton College

Maths & English Assessments

Every Week on Wednesday
Time:13.30 - 15.00
Ticket & Price:Free


Looking to improve your English and/or maths? 

Whether it’s reading a book or an online article, understanding and filling in forms, applying for jobs, helping children with their homework, working out a household budget, or checking your bank balance – having good English and maths skills is essential for every aspect of daily life.  

But if you left school without an English or maths qualification, it’s not too late to learn!  Whether you need to go back to basics and start from the beginning or build on what you already know and improve your grades, there’s a course suitable for you! 

English and maths assessments 

To find out which course will be best for you, we’ll first need to find out your current level of ability so will ask you to come into college to do an online assessment in the relevant subject. 

When we have assessed your results we’ll be able to advise you of the best course for you. 

When are assessments taking place? 

Every Wednesday, 1.30 – 3pm. Please email to book an appointment, without an appointment we will not be able to see you.

Evening assessments can be booked if required.  

Where are assessments taking place? 

Paget Road campus – get directions here 

How long will an assessment take? 

Assessments can take between one and three hours, per subject*  

What do I need to bring? 

  • Existing English and/or maths qualifications (don’t worry if you don’t have any qualifications, there’ll still be a course for you) 
  • Proof of ID to be able to enrol for a course 

*Please note: children are not permitted to attend the assessment with you. 

Campus: Paget Road Campus
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