Why Should You Take This Course?
People with strong mathematical skills are in demand and valued by employers and universities. Mathematics is a ‘must have’ A Level for degree level study in physical sciences, computer science, all branches of engineering and, of course, mathematics. If you are thinking of choosing physics, computer science or chemistry at A Level, Mathematics should go with them.
Algebra and Functions, Co-Ordinate Geometry, Sequences and Series, Differentiation, Integration, Trigonometry, Exponentials and Logarithms
Statistical Models, Data Representation and Interpretation, Probability, Correlation and Regression, Discrete Random Variables, Binomial Distribution, Hypothesis Testing, Proof, Normal Distribution, Numerical Methods
Vectors, Mechanical Models, Kinematics, Particle Dynamics, Particle Statics and Moments
How will I be assessed?
Assessment by examination in May/June of the second year.
Are there any special expenses?
All students are advised to have a Casio FX991EX calculator.
What could I do next?
Mathematics A Level is a requirement for many careers and Higher Education courses. It opens doors to a range of jobs.
If you wish to apply for 2019-2020 academic year, please complete the online application form.