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A Level Further Maths

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Course outline

This course will broaden and deepen the mathematical knowledge and skills you’ll develop while studying A Level Mathematics. You can access this course during your second year of A Levels.

Your tutor will discuss entry requirements during the first year of your A Level Maths programme. An early start in the first year is possible for some students depending on ability.

You will study this course alongside 2 or 3 other A Levels and you will be able to select your chosen subjects when you apply online.

Further Maths will extend your work in pure maths, statistics and mechanics and may include a numerical methods unit or decision maths unit.

How to apply for this course

Apply now for the A Level Programme. You will choose your individual subjects when you complete the application.

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Location Date

Location:

Chaucer Street
Nottingham
NG1 5LP

Date:

Start: 4th September 2019

A Level Programme (2 years)

Course code: C000450 / Q012915

Qualification

A Level Further Maths

Duration

2 years

Level Level 3
Entry requirements

To study 3 A Levels you’ll need at least 5 GCSE’s at grades 9-4 (A*-C) including GCSE English at grade 4 (C) or above and Maths at grade 6 (B) or above.

To study 4 A Levels you’ll need at least 6 GCSE’s at grades 9-6 (A*-C) including GCSE English at grade 4 (C) or above and Maths at grade 6 (B) or above.

You must be studying A Level Maths and 2 other A Levels alongside this subject.

Teaching & assessment

You’ll take exams and produce one piece of coursework.

Progression

You could progress to a related higher education course such as maths, business, accountancy, science, computing, engineering or economics.

There are lots of careers open to you such as aeronautical engineer, biochemist, veterinarian or chemical engineer.

Additional information

You will need your own scientific calculator. A graphical calculator is also strongly recommended – ask your tutor for advice before buying one.

Students aged 16-18 don't have to pay tuition fees. If you are aged 19 or over, check out our Financial Help page for information on fees and funding!

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