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Maths A Level

Level 3 - Advanced

Maths A Level

Are you thinking of a career in business, science or engineering or perhaps becoming a professional mathematician? If so, studying A level Mathematics is going to be essential in developing your knowledge to support your skill base and help you succeed.

Often thought of as a supporting subject, the content of A level maths builds a strong foundation of techniques which you can apply in other subject areas. Your algebraic skills will need to be good and you will be expected to spend a substantial amount of time outside the classroom with independent study. You will spend two-thirds of your time studying core mathematics and one-third studying an applied module which will complement your other A level subjects and your career choice. So, if you thrive on solving problems, don’t mind spending ages on a question, then you’re are going to enjoy this subject.

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

Free*

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

Free*

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Sutton Coldfield College

09-09-2024

Free*

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* Courses are free for 16-18s. Students aged 19 or over could be charged fees and is subject to a fee assessment. Learners on benefits in the majority of cases courses are also free. Fee assessments are completed at enrolment.

Course Length: 34 Weeks

A minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade 4/C or above in academic subjects, including Grade 6 or above in both GCSE Maths & GCSE English Language.

This two-year course is entirely assessed by written examination at the end of two years of study, covering all content covered over the two years of study.

The modern world needs mathematicians, and maths is essential to the continued development of our increasingly technological lives. The UK’s knowledge economy needs more mathematical skills for the financial, communication, engineering, and transportation sectors. However, the logic and reasoning skills developed by studying A level Maths ensure this qualification is widely respected even in non-mathematical areas.

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