Mathematics AS and A level at Chace Community School
Mathematics falls into four areas of study: Pure Mathematics, Mechanics , Statistics and Decision Mathematics .
Successful completion of six modules over two years would result in an A Level qualification. Successful completion of three modules over one or two years would result in an AS Level qualification.
Mathematics is one of the most challenging A Levels to study. You will need to be committed and prepared to work hard. However, a Mathematics qualification at this level is highly regarded by universities.
An extension of the techniques and knowledge gained at GCSE. Developing algebraic and manipulative skills, graph drawing and trigonometry. New concepts are also introduced and developed including logarithms and calculus.
The study of statics and moving bodies including forces and energy.
Presentation and analysis of data. Probability and probability distributions.
Higher level GCSE Maths Grade A* - B (Students with a grade B will be asked for a reference from their current maths teacher and will need to pass an algebraic proficiency test).
Each of the six modules are assessed by a 1½ hour written examination.
AS Level students cover C1, C2 and S1 (assessed in June).
A2 Level students cover C3, C4 and M1 (assessed in June). Students can also resit any modules from year 12.
- Any type of engineering
- Applied Science
- Business & Finance
- Retail management
- Computer Design & Technology
- Building & Architecture
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Chace Community School directly.