Studying mathematics at A level is a great opportunity to enhance your problem solving skills, add depth to your prior GCSE knowledge and discover new mathematical concepts. You should choose maths if you enjoy being challenged, if you feel the reward from persevering until you find a solution and you want to further develop your logical thinking skills.
Maths can be combined easily with many other subject areas and is one of the most popular subjects at College, with students experiencing great success through their hard work and through the additional support offered by the maths team.
A level maths is an intellectually stimulating course, two thirds of which is the study of pure mathematics allowing you to develop your skills in algebra and trigonometry as well as introduce new topics such as calculus. One sixth of the course is the study and application of statistical and probability models to allow for analysis in real world contexts. The final part is the study of mechanics which will build on prior knowledge from the physics GCSE.
Mathematics at A level will give you the basic tools of a working mathematician, opening doors to a wide variety of courses and careers and as a course is greatly appreciated by universities and employers as a clear reflection of hard work and high level thinking skills and most of our students go on to university to study subjects in mathematics, physics and engineering to medicine, psychology, economics and accountancy.
GCSE grade 7 in maths.
Year 12 consultation evening (o-z) 5.30-8.30 5:30pm on 22nd January 2018