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AS/A-level Mathematics

AS/A-level Further Mathematics

GCSE Re-sits

AS/A-level Mathematics

As/A-level Mathematics is taught on a modular basis, and follows the Edexcel syllabus. We expect students to have at least a grade A in order to be accepted for this course.

Pupils are taught for 5 periods a week in year 12 and 5 in year 13 and are expected to undertake considerable independent study outside of lessons. For an AS Level in Mathematics (normally done in year 12) students study three modules:

  • Core 1
  • Core 2
  • Decision 1/Statistics 1/Mechanics 1

All are equally weighted towards the final grade.

Pupils who decide to go on to continue their study and take A-level Mathematics will study a further three modules:

  • Core 3
  • Core 4
  • A further module chosen from Statistics, Mechanics or Decision

Making six modules in total

More details can be found on the EDEXCEL Website



Autumn term

C1 course

  • Algebraic processing skills
  • Equations & Inequalities
  • Co-ordinate Geometry
  • Laws of indices
  • Differentiation 1
  • Integration 1
  • Sequences and Series 1
  • Functions & Curve Sketching

Past C1 Exam practice papers

Pre-public Exam C1

S1 course

  • Recapping GCSE statistics
  • Mathematical Models
  • Representing and analysing data
  • Probability
  • Correlation
  • Regression
  • Discrete random variables
  • The normal distribution

Past S1 Exam practice papers

Pre-public Exam S1

Spring term

C2 course

  • Factor & Remainder Theorems
  • Trigonometry
  • Logarithms
  • Binomial Theorem
  • The Circle

Past C1 Exam practice papers

Past S1 Exam practice papers

Summer term

  • Differentiation & Integration 2
  • Series 2 (Geometric Progressions)

Past C1 Exam practice papers

Past S1 Exam practice papers

Past C2 Exam practice papers

Core 1, Core 2 and Statistics 1 Examination (May/June)

C3 course

  • Algebra and Functions
  • Trigonometry
Preparation for A Level Maths
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