Mathematics A Level at Caistor Grammar School
WORK EXPECTED FROM STUDENTS OUTSIDE LESSON TIME
You need to enjoy Mathematics. You need to be a confident, independent mathematician. You must be unafraid of solving difficult problems, and be willing to learn from your mistakes. You must be prepared to do a considerable amount of practice outside of lesson time. You must be proficient at all GCSE topics, but in particular algebra, graphs, trigonometry and indices.
A minimum of a grade 6 at GCSE is necessary however to have a realistic chance of achieving a high grade at A level, you should be targeting a grade 7,8 or 9 at GCSE.
There will be 3 x 2hour exams at the end of Year 13, covering content from the areas of pure mathematics, statistics and mechanics
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Caistor Grammar School directly.