This course is for people looking to develop their understanding and skills in Mathematics and prepare for future study as well as a wide range of interesting careers.
What do you need to apply for the course?
You’ll need a minimum of five GCSEs at grade C including Mathematics at grade 6. In addition, you will need an average GCSE points score of B (6.0) or above.
What are the key things you’ll learn?
Mathematics A-Level covers many topics including:
- Using algebra to solve various types of equations
- Calculations with irrational numbers
- Geometry and trigonometry
- Statistical techniques and probability
How you will learn
Your lessons will take place in a classroom with a variety of interactive teaching methods, but you will also use the college’s Virtual Learning Environment to supplement your learning.
You will also be expected to do consolidation work at home in order to understand the work and achieve a successful grade.
Where could this course take you?
Many employers and university courses like Mathematics A-Level because it shows that you have a logical mind and are able to use your skills to solve problems.
It also provides a route to many careers including accountancy, aerospace, business, computing, engineering, finance, insurance and science.