Mathematics A Level

Brief details:

Mathematics at A-level is both challenging and interesting and it builds on topics you have met at GCSE level.  It is particularly suited to people who enjoy problem solving and logical reasoning and is highly useful supporting physics, chemistry, geography, psychology and sociology.

Preferred entry requirements:

At least grade 6 at GCSE maths

Units studied:

  •       Unit 1: Pure mathematics
  •       Unit 2: Statistics
  •       Unit 3: Mechanics

Exam Board: MEI

Course assessment details:

This course is assessed entirely through final examinations.

Progression and career opportunities:

A-level mathematics is a much sought-after qualification for entry to a wide variety of courses in higher education.  There are many areas of employment that see a maths A-level as an important qualification, from finance to engineering to medicine.