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MATHEMATICS at Trinity Catholic School

Course description

Mathematics AS/A Level Mathematics in the Sixth Form can be combined successfully with a variety of subjects. Whilst being of obvious use to the scientist, it adds an extra dimension and ways of studying for others. The A level course is a challenging and accessible course which develops ability and confidence in mathematics and its application together with an appreciation of how mathematical ideas help in the understanding of the world and society in which we live. Students will take the Statistics 1 (Year 12) and Mechanics 1 (Year 13) units alongside the four compulsory Pure Core mathematics units.

 

Course content

Further Maths AS/A Levels are available for those students who wish to extend their knowledge of even more advanced maths, perhaps with a view to studying a maths-related degree at university. Modules covered include Decision and further Statistics/Mechanics alongside the Further Pure core units.

 

The main principals of the course are that students are actively involved in developing mathematical ideas and appropriate use is made of technological advances.

Entry requirements

GCSE Higher B+

Assessment


 

Level

Compulsory Modules

Optional Modules

(Chose one per AS/A2 entry)

AS

Core Module 1

Core Module 2

Mechanics 1

Statistics 1

Decision 1

A2

Core Module 3

Core Module 4

Mechanics 2

Statistics 2

Decision 2

 

Future opportunities

Suggested Career Paths

  • Sciences
  • Business
  • Technology
  • Design
  • Psychology
  • Philosophy
  • Economics
  • Accountancy
  • Architecture
  • Engineering
     

 

Further information

Topics covered

  • Methods
  • Functions
  • Logic
  • Calculus
  • Newton’s Laws of Motion
  • Problem solving
  • Statistics
  • Mathematical Methods
  • Calculus Methods
  • Networks
  • Geometry
  • Statistics
  • Mechanics

 

Skills Developed

  •  Recall, select and use of appropriate mathematics, facts, concepts and techniques.
  • How to use calculators and computer software.
  •  Problem solving
  • Interpretation and communication of results

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 17 December 2014
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Course code: AQA

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