Mathematics A Level at Cleeve School
Mathematics A Level is an interesting, enjoyable and challenging course that enables students to study a wide range of topics across both core and applied modules. Many of the areas studied develop and deepen students’ understanding of work covered at GCSE Level, such as algebra and trigonometry. In addition there are also many new and important concepts, which form part of the course, including calculus and logarithms. One of the
key elements of the A Level course is providing students with the ability to use their mathematics and this is particularly developed through the study of the applied content which will include statistics and mechanics, both of which enable the application of mathematical techniques to many relevant stimulating problems.
As well as gaining knowledge and understanding of many areas of mathematics, students will develop excellent problem solving skills, as they are encouraged to tackle problems independently. The course provides a thorough and highly valued preparation for further study in mathematics and related subjects.
3 units, comprising elements of
Students should have achieved grade 7 at GCSE Mathematics.
All Exam at end of Year 13
All exam boards will have 6 hours of exams, probably split into 3 papers of 2 hours each.
Mathematics will benefit careers in Medicine, Accountancy, Engineering, Law, Computing, Teaching and Architecture. It is also encouraged for the study of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Computing and IT.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cleeve School directly.
Last updated date: 03 November 2017