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AS/A-level Mathematics

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AS/A-level Mathematics

A-Level maths builds on the knowledge and skills you learnt during your GCSE studies. It starts to introduce some complex and interesting ideas about the relationship between all aspects of maths and science.

There are a number of modules that you study. Four Core modules and two Applied. The content builds on itself as you progress through the course to give you a thorough and detailed understanding of Maths and its real world applications.

AS/A-level Mathematics follows the Edexcel syllabus. It is assessed by examination at the end of the course. We expect students to have at least a grade 7 in GCSE Mathematics and at least a grade 4 in four other GCSE subjects, 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, this is normally studied in year 12.

AS Level Mathematics

  • Paper 1, Pure Maths, 2 hrs
  • Paper 2, Statistics and Mechanics, 1 hr

A Level Mathematics

  • Paper 1, Pure Maths, 2 hrs
  • Paper 2, Pure Maths, 2 hrs
  • Paper 3, Statistics and Mechanics, 2 hrs

More details can be found on the EDEXCEL Website

Future opportunities:

Maths opens opportunities in almost any area of study or employment.

Many universities and Level 4 courses that you might not think of as mathematical have a high maths and statistics content including social sciences, business and economics.

Employers also regard A Level Maths highly. You will be equipped with the skills and knowledge that you need to solve any problems and to model situations in a mathematical way.

Employment opportunities include: accounting, actuarial work, engineering, science, medicine, pharmaceuticals and much more.

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