# Mathematics AS/A Level at Brockhill Park Performing Arts College

## Course description

A Level Mathematics at Brockhill is a course worth studying both for students who enjoy Mathematics as a challenging and interesting subject in its own right - But also for students who wish to support studies in the physical and social sciences. It builds on work students will have met at GCSE and involves many new techniques from various branches at Mathematics.

While studying mathematics students will be expected to:
- solve problems by using mathematical arguments and logic. Students will also have to understand and demonstrate what is meant by proof in mathematics and portray great fluency in their mathematical skills.

- solve real-life problems by setting up mathematical models in order to predict future events.

## Course content

We follow the Edexcel Level 3 Advanced GCE in Mathematics syllabus where students will work towards 3 examinations in Pure Mathematics, Pure Mathematics 2 and Statistics and Mechanics.

Pure Mathematics
Topic 1- Proof Topic
Topic 2 -Algebra and functions
Topic 3 - Coordinate geometry in the (x,y) plane
Topic 4 - Sequences and series
Topic 5 -Trigonometry
Topic 6 - Exponentials and logarithms
Topic 7 - Differentiation
Topic 8 - Integration
Topic 9 - Vectors

Pure Mathematics 2
1 - Proof
Topic 2 -Algebra and functions
Topic 3 - Coordinate geometry in the (x,y) plane
Topic 4 - Sequences and series
Topic 5 -Trigonometry
6 - Differentiation Topic
Topic 7 - Integration
Topic 8 - Numerical methods

Statistics and Mechanics
Section A: Statistics
Topic 1-Statistical sampling
Topic 2 - Data presentation and interpretation
Topic 3 - Probability
Topic 4 - Statistica l distributions
Topic 5 - Statistical hypothesis testing
6 - Quantities and units in mechanics
Topic 7 - Kinematics
Topic 8 - Forces and Newtonâ€™s Laws
Topic 9 - Moments

## Entry requirements

Students should enjoy Mathematics, have studied GCSE mathematics at higher tier and also have obtained a least a Grade 7, preferably a Grade 8 or 9.

## How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 30 November 2016