Mathematics is one of the most marketable A Levels in terms of acceptability, in particular courses/careers in Mathematics, Engineering and most areas of Physics (Further Mathematics may be required for some of these courses). Also Computing, Accountancy, Economics, Business, Banking, Air Traffic Control, Retail Management, Architecture, Surveying, Cartography, Psychology and Teaching, to name but a few. Mathematics A Level is very well regarded by both employers and Higher Education institutions. Research has shown that studying Mathematics at A Level can increase your lifetime earnings by 10%, on average.
2. Algebra and Functions.
3. Co-ordinate Geometry in the (x, y) plane.
4. Sequences and Series.
6. Exponentials and Logarithms.
10. Statistical Sampling.
11. Data presentation and Interpretation.
13. Statistical Distributions.
14. Statistical Hypothesis testing.
1. Quantities and units in Mechanics.
3. Forces and Newton’s Laws.
Pure Mathematics: You will go more deeply into the topics covered in Year 12, and include the additional study of Numerical Methods.
Applied Mathematics: In Statistics you will deepen the understanding of topics from the previous year, as you will in Mechanics, but will include the additional study of Moments.
6 in Mathematics.