A Level Mathematics
Edexcel AS-Level Mathematics is a 1 year course. Year 1 consists of 3 modules: Pure, Mechanics and Statistics.
Edexcel A-Level Mathematics. Acceptance to the Year 13 course will require a minimum grade of D achieved in Year 12. The course in Year 13 is also 3 modules, Pure, Mechanics and Statistics. The content in Year 13 builds upon the skills gained in Year 12.
Why Study A Level Mathematics
Mathematics at A level is a highly challenging subject, which offers a wide variety of rewards through being highly regarded for entry to higher education, improved potential in a wide variety of careers but, most importantly, as a study of complex Mathematics itself.
Careers favouring Mathematics at a higher level include Medicine, Accountancy, Engineering, Computing, Finance, Law, Marketing and Sciences.
Mathematics at AS and Advanced GCE is a course worth studying not only as a supporting subject for the physical and social sciences, but in its own right. It is challenging but interesting. It builds on work your will have met at GCSE, but also involves new ideas produced by some of the greatest minds of the last millennium.
Strong Subject Combinations
Possible Further Study and Degree Courses
Accounting and Finance