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 required 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 2020-2021 academic year, please complete the online application form.