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A Level, Level 3


A qualification in Mathematics provides evidence of good problem-solving skills and the ability to analyse data. This facilitating subject is highly valued by employers and is often a requirement for Higher Education courses in Sciences and Engineering.

The Mathematics course will consist of pure maths alongside both mechanics and statistics. These will all be examined at the end of the two years but there will be regular developmental assessments during the course to allow you to practise and improve your approach. If you prefer using and applying maths, you may wish to consider the one-year Core Maths qualification instead.

Many of our students progress onto a university degree in Maths, Science, Engineering, Finance, or ICT.

If you enjoy the challenge of problem-solving or want to develop your mathematical skills to support other subjects, this course is ideal for you.

In addition to the minimum A Level requirements - 4 GCSEs at Grade 5, plus English Language at Grade 4 - you will need a Grade 6 or above in GCSE Mathematics

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