Specific Entry Requirements
Students must have a minimum IGCSE/GCSE grade of 7 or equivalent.
The three areas of study focus on a number of different topics. These are summarised below:
- Co-ordinate Geometry
- Circular Measure
- Logarithms and Exponentials
- Complex numbers
- Velocity and Acceleration
- Force and Motion
- Work and Energy
Probability & Statistics
- Representation of Data
- Measures of Central Tendency and Variation
- Normal Distributions.
How You Will Be Assessed
The course is assessed through written exams at A level only. All of the exams will be taken at the end of the two year course.
There are four components to the assessments as detailed below:
Pure Mathematics 1 - (1hr 50min exam), 30% of overall A level grade
Pure Mathematics 3 - (1hr 50min exam), 30% of overall A level grade
Mechanics 1 - (1hr 15min exam), 20% of overall A level grade
Probability & Statistics 1 - (1hr 15min exam), 20% of overall A level grade
University Courses and Career Paths
Degree level Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, Economics, and Accounting.
*(Further maths is recommended as an additional A Level subject if you are interested in degree level study for the first three items).
If you are planning to study one or more of the science subjects at A Level then it is recommended that you study A Level Maths as well.