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Further Mathematics A Level at Woodbridge School

Course description

Y12

  1. Core Maths 1
  2. Core Maths 2
  3. Core Maths 3
  4. Core Maths 4
  5. Mechanics 1
  6. Decision Maths 1

These modules constitute an A Level in mathematics, although this will not be certificated at this stage

Y13

  1. Further Pure Maths 1
  2. Further Pure Maths 2
  3. Further Pure Maths 3
  4. Statistics 1
  5. Mechanics 2
  6. Statistics 2

These modules are one of the possible combinations for A Level further mathematics. Some modules can be aggregated into either mathematics and further mathematics, but this is done automatically to the candidate’s best advantage

Entry requirements

GCSE or IGCSE grade A*. Further mathematics can be studied only in addition to mathematics.

Assessment

All units are assessed by examination

Future opportunities

This is a challenging and stimulating course aimed at the best young mathematicians. The mathematics covered is required not only for mathematics degrees but is also hugely beneficial for some science, computing and engineering courses. An A Level in further mathematics will give the student a major advantage over those who have not studied it and will lead to a much more advanced understanding of mathematics.

Further information

The mathematics and further mathematics course is delivered by either two or three teachers with fourteen periods per week in total, using computer simulations and software where appropriate to aid a student’s understanding. There is full and proper preparation for each examination with every member of the department happy to offer students extra help.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Woodbridge School directly.

Last updated date: 03 April 2017
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