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Mathematics AS/A Level at Fortismere School

Course description

An A-Level in Mathematics is a valuable qualification that is always in demand in both the employment markets and universities. The ability to understand logical arguments and numerical information makes an A-Level mathematician sought after. Career opportunities range from financial and economic planning through management services, to scientific and industrial research, engineering and computing.

Course content

Modules:
Pure Mathematics 1 - (C1)                   Mechanics 1 - (M1)
Pure Mathematics 2 - (C2)                   Mechanics 2 - (M2)
Pure Mathematics 3 - (C3)                   Mechanics 3 - (M3)
Pure Mathematics 4 - (C4)                   Statistics 1 - (S1)
Further Mathematics 1 - (FP1)             Decision Mathematics - (D1)
Further Mathematics 2 - (FP2)             Further Mathematics 3 - (FP3)

Modular combinations:
AS Level Mathematics in Year 12: C1 C2 S1
A2 Level Mathematics in Year 13: C3 C4 M1
AS Level Further Mathematics (including AS Mathematics): C1 C2 FP1 S1 M1 D1      A2 Level Further Mathematics (including A2 Mathematics): C3 C4 FP2 FP3 M2 M3

Entry requirements

You require a Grade A* or A  in GCSE Maths for A-Level Mathematics

You need a grade A* in GCSE maths for A-Level Further Mathematics

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 22 September 2016
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    • We have an outstanding and popular sixth form, with students joining us from a wide geographical area. Our students usually study four AS level subjects in Year 12 and, three or four A2 subjects in Year 13 for the full A level award.

      We support our students’ academic progress by a system of target setting and monitoring. We also provide excellent guidance for students, as well as additional mentoring for those making Oxbridge applications or preparing for BMAT and UKCAT (medical) or Law entrance exams. The vast majority progress on to university and a sophisticated guidance system ensures that they are well advised in their decision-making.

      We have a strong focus on school leadership and on students taking responsibility for their progress.