Further Mathematics A Level at Copleston High School
In Year Two, students study a further three modules, two core and one applied module. The core modules cover areas such as algebraic fractions, exponential and log functions, transformation of graphs and trigonometric identities. Students are expected to carry their knowledge through from the first year into the second. Calculus is further explored where students are introduced to the chain rule,
4 AS levels – at least 5 grade Bs or equivalent in different GCSEs or other Level 2 courses. 3 AS levels – at least 5 grade Cs or equivalent in different GCSEs or other Level 2 courses. In addition, at least a grade B at GCSE Mathematics.
Unit 1: AS Coursework –20%
The coursework units are completed throughout the year From September to April. Theory topics are taught throughout the year in preparation for the summer examination.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Copleston High School directly.