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MATHEMATICS

 

AN INCREDIBLY USEFUL AND VERSATILE A-LEVEL THAT WILL MAKE YOU THINK.

 

WHAT YOU STUDY

The beauty of A-level Mathematics is that it allows you to study three very different main areas of Mathematics. The largest of these studies is Pure Mathematics which is the basic tool kit to solve and interpret mathematical problems. It combines the algebra and trigonometry previously studied and takes the topics far beyond GCSE. In addition you will discover new topics such as Calculus which enables us to find gradients of curved lines. The second area of study is Probability and Statistics. Here you will analyse and interpret information and data. You will model real life situations to different probability models. The third area is Mechanics. Here you will use mathematical models to demonstrate and interpret the real world of dynamics and forces.

 

Within year 12 and 13 you will be taught by teachers who will cover different sections of the course. The pace will be fast; therefore you will have to spend the equivalent amount of time doing questions at home, as you do in lessons, to reinforce your understanding. To study Mathematics at A-level you must have a love of the subject and enjoy doing the practise.

 

 

DEPARTMENT STRENGTHS AND RESOURCES

Every member of the department is very supportive of the A-level and will always help and advise you. In addition to your lessons we run a voluntary after school work shop each week where homework can be done and help sought.

 

FURTHER MATHEMATICS

In addition to studying A-level Maths there is the opportunity to further the development of the subject by opting for AS-level Further Maths studied over two years. This incorporates further Pure Mathematics and Statistics and studying another branch of mathematics called Discrete mathematics.  

 

PROGRESSION TO UNIVERSITY

Maths is said to be the most powerful and marketable subject anyone can study in the world today. It relates to Economics, Engineering, Computer studies and the Sciences.

 

COMBINES WELL WITH

Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Economics and Computing.



 

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