Mathematics Grade B or equivalent or high level 6.
A level Mathematics is an interesting, thought provoking and challenging course. Students will develop their knowledge and skill in mathematical argument, language and proof, problem solving and mathematical modelling, with use of mathematical technology.
It requires hard work, enthusiasm and an enquiring mind. A Level Mathematics is a well-respected qualification as it develops logical, organised thinking, reasoning and analysis.
It can lead to a range of careers including accountancy, engineering, computer programming and finance.
All units are compulsory but will cover pure core maths, statistics and mechanics.
Units will be assessed with three exams at the end of the two years.
Studying mathematics combines well with Science based courses but also complements subjects like Geography and Psychology due to the involvement of statistics. It is important for careers in medicine, computer science, architecture and banking.