Students require a minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade 6 or above (or equivalent), including English, and Mathematics. To study Further Maths students require at least a Grade 7 in Mathematics.
AS Level Mathematics includes both pure mathematics and statistics. In particular, students learn the essential pure mathematical methods that can be applied to real world scenarios.
Topics include the solving of equations, graphs and transformations, coordinate geometry, logarithms and exponentials, sequences and series, trigonometry and the formation of differentiation and integration.
Unit 1: 1hr 30min written paper.
Unit 2: 1hr 30min written paper.
Unit 3: 1hr 30min written paper.
Into the future…
Students who successfully complete this course can go on to become accountants, teachers, engineers and various other professionals. In fact, Mathematics is a highly sought after qualification which is held in high esteem by universities for almost all degree courses.