The course is designed to deepen your understanding and promote confidence in your use of mathematics. Progression through the course will enable you to develop your abilities to reason logically using mathematical proof.
What Will I Learn?
The AS Modules are Unit 1 (Pure) and Unit 2 (Statistics and Mechanics)
Surds, Algebra, Coordinate Geometry, Differentiation and Functions. Integration, Sequences and Series, Trigonometry, Exponentials and Logarithms, Equations of Circles, Arcs/Sectors/Segments, Integration, Trapezium Rule, Forces and Motion, vectors, probability, sampling and discrete distributions.
At A2 you will study Unit 3 (Pure) and Unit 4 (Statistics and Mechanics).These modules will cover:
Differentiation, Integration, Trigonometry and Functions, Iterative Methods, Simpson’s Rule, Binomial Series, Volume of Revolution, Vectors and Differential Equations, Forces and Motion, friction, momentum and moments, normal distribution, hypothesis tests.
You will require 5 GCSEs at Grades A*- C including a grade B in Mathematics at higher tier.
You will be invited to attend an interview, and will undertake an assessment in literacy and numeracy, to establish any support required.
You will be assessed by 100% examination.
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Additional Fee Notes
Other subjects which go well with maths are: Chemistry Physics Biology Business BTEC Applied Science BTEC IT Double Maths
- On successful completion of this course many learners apply to and are offered places at university finding that Maths is useful for many degree courses, especially science, engineering, business and economics.
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