#### Course Description

What is this subject about? Mathematics at this level consists of the study of Pure Mathematics and the study of the application of mathematics to the physical world: - Statistics (for understanding and interpreting information) - Decision Maths- using algorithms The course develops understanding and resourcefulness in the use of mathematics. Course Content: To gain the AS award, you will study two pure mathematics core units (C1 and C2) covering topics in algebra, trigonometry, calculus and coordinate geometry, amongst others, and the D1 application unit in Decision Maths. To convert your AS level Mathematics into A Level Mathematics you study two further pure mathematics core units (C3 and C4) covering more algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and other topics, and an application unit in Statistics(S1). Teaching and Learning Styles: You will experience formal lectures, self-study units, use of IT, tutorial support, and regular structured homework assignments.

What is this subject about? Mathematics at this level consists of the study of Pure Mathematics and the study of the application of mathematics to the physical world: - Statistics (for understanding and interpreting information) - Decision Maths- using algorithms The course develops understanding and resourcefulness in the use of mathematics. Course Content: To gain the AS...

#### Entry Requirements

Students wishing to study AS/A Level Mathematics must have 5 GCSEs at grade C and above including C in English Language and B or above in Mathematics gained on the Higher Tier. Exceptions can be made for mature students with equivalent qualifications orne year.Itemalue+oSn++???A????#? ?+????????

Students wishing to study AS/A Level Mathematics must have 5 GCSEs at grade C and above including C in English Language and B or above in Mathematics gained on the Higher Tier. Exceptions can be made for mature students with equivalent qualifications orne year.Itemalue+oSn++???A????#? ?+????????

#### Assessment Methods

Each module is examined by means of a 1 hour and a 1/2 hour paper. These can be taken in January and June each year.

Each module is examined by means of a 1 hour and a 1/2 hour paper. These can be taken in January and June each year.