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Why study Double Mathematics? As the title suggests, this course will lead to two A-levels in Mathematics. It is the qualification to gain if you are good at and enjoy Mathematics. This qualification is highly regarded by all Higher Education institutions and employers and can be studied alongside any other A-levels. What do I study? The course is divided into four areas: - core maths - covering topics from GCSE Maths such as trigonometry, algebra, geometry and a new area, calculus - statistics - covering topics from GCSE Maths such as probability, averages, data sets and new areas such as the normal distribution and discrete random variables - mechanics - covering areas such as forces, vectors and the motion of particles - decision maths - covering areas such as networks and shortest distance problems. In the first year you will study three core units, one mechanics unit and two decision units. In the second year you will study a further three core units, two statistics units and one more mechanics unit. Where does Double Mathematics take me? This course is essential for a Maths degree. The two A-levels will also be highly valued for any degree with a Maths element, e.g. Business, Computing, Engineering, Geography, Law, Management, Insurance, any Science subject and Technology. They are also useful when applying for highly competitive areas such as Law and Psychology. It goes without saying that any employer would value two A-levels in Mathematics extremely highly.

Why study Double Mathematics? As the title suggests, this course will lead to two A-levels in Mathematics. It is the qualification to gain if you are good at and enjoy Mathematics. This qualification is highly regarded by all Higher Education institutions and employers and can be studied alongside any other A-levels. What do I study? The course is divided into four areas: - core maths - covering...

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