- Core 3 – Algebra, higher trigonometry; circles; numerical methods
- Core 4 – Algebra and functions; coordinate geometry in here dimensions; differentiation; integration; vectors
- Statistics 1 – Mathematical models in probability and statistics; representation and summary of data; probability; correlation and regression; discrete random variables; discrete distributions; the Normal distribution.
In each year there is a third module which is taken. This can be selected from a variety of options including Mechanics, Statistics and Decision Making.
How will I be assessed?
There are three, 2 hour papers equally weighted. Paper 1 and 2 are Pure Mathematics with paper 3 Statistics and Mechanics.
Where does this course lead?
A Level Mathematics is important for careers in engineering, computing, accountancy, economics, business, banking, air traffic control, retail management, architecture, surveying, cartography, psychology and, of course, teaching to name but a few. An A Level in Mathematics can be taken alongside almost any other combination of subjects.
What are the entry requirements for this course?
Standard school A Level requirements and at least a grade B in Maths GCSE.
Exam Board: Edexcel The specification is subject to change for first time teaching in September 2017.