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Awarding Body Welsh Joint Education Committee Course Content The course covers units in Pure Mathematics, Mechanics and Statistics. An A Level is made up of six units, four of which are Pure while the other two are Mechanics or Statistics. Students are advised which combination best suits them based on their other subjects and career needs. Students demonstrating a special aptitude for the subject and a wish to apply to universities such as Oxbridge, will also be able to study Further Mathematics. Course Features Designed to give a thorough basic training in the core disciplines of Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry Syllabus links well with that for A Level Physics. No coursework Traditionally taught course. The course is vastly different from GCSE in terms of the level of difficulty and the amount of work covered. The most crucial part of GCSE work needed for A level success is a very high standard of ability in Algebra. Six external papers for A level qualification Three external papers for an AS qualification Career Prospects and Progression A Levels provide an excellent basis for progression to Higher level qualifications such as degrees or Higher National Diplomas. Modules Method of Assessment AS Level Three examination papers at the end of Year 1. A2 Level A further three examination papers at the end of Year 2 with the option of re-sitting the Year 1 papers. Course Length AS - 1 Year Full A Level - 2 Years Time of Delivery Daytime Campus Graig Campus Bilingual Provision This course can be studied in English only Entry Requirements Normally students 16 - 19 years of age will require a minimum of 5 GCSEs at grades A* - C. Ideally students wishing to study A Level Maths should have followed the higher tier syllabus at GCSE and gained a minimum of grade B. Entry for mature students without formal qualifications is at the discretion of the Faculty. Full-time or Part-time Full Time and Part Time

Awarding Body Welsh Joint Education Committee Course Content The course covers units in Pure Mathematics, Mechanics and Statistics. An A Level is made up of six units, four of which are Pure while the other two are Mechanics or Statistics. Students are advised which combination best suits them based on their other subjects and career needs. Students demonstrating a special aptitude for the...

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