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Why choose A Level Mathematics? Mathematics at AS and A Level is a course that is well worth studying in its own right. It is both challenging and interesting as it builds on the topics you have met at GCSE and develops the ideas further. It is particularly suited to people who enjoy problem solving, computation and logical reasoning including proof. It is a highly sought after qualification in the workplace and in Higher Education. At AS Level, Mathematics is highly useful with many other subjects such as Sciences, Geography, Psychology and Sociology. At A Level, Mathematics is a much sought after qualification for entry to a wide variety of full-time course in Higher Education. It has shown to improve earning potential by up to 10%*. *Times Educational Supplement 19/2/99 There are also many areas of employment that see a Mathematics A Level as an important qualification and it is often a requirement for vocational courses related to these areas. Higher Education courses or careers that list A Level Mathematics as essential or highly desirable include: - Computing - Finance - Economics - Medicine - Architecture - Engineering - Accountancy - Actuary - Psychology - Sciences - Environmental Studies - and of course Mathematics itself. In addition those needing a A grade at A level should realise that even though it requires hard work over 45% of people achieve grade A in Maths, with a third achieving it at AS. This definitely makes it worth considering. Course Units We follow the Edexcel syllabus for Mathematics. These are the modules you will study: AS Maths – 1st Year C1 – Core 1 C2 – Core 2 D1 – Decision 1 A2 Maths – 2nd Year C3 – Core 3 C4 – Core 4 D2, S1 or M1

Why choose A Level Mathematics? Mathematics at AS and A Level is a course that is well worth studying in its own right. It is both challenging and interesting as it builds on the topics you have met at GCSE and develops the ideas further. It is particularly suited to people who enjoy problem solving, computation and logical reasoning including proof. It is a highly sought after...

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Entry Requirements

at least 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above including Mathematics and English Language. Grade B or higher in GCSE Mathematics.

at least 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above including Mathematics and English Language. Grade B or higher in GCSE Mathematics.

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