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A Level MATHEMATICS is a rigorous and highly respected course leading onto further studies in science, computing and engineering as well as in mathematics.

Description
A Level Mathematics

Course code: 7357

Delivery method: Online, Classroom

Course duration: 24 Months

Entry requirements: No prior qualification needed

Award achieved: AQA A Level Mathematics

Awarding body: AQA

A Level Mathematics at Castle School  is a rigorous and highly respected course leading onto further studies in science, computing and engineering as well as in mathematics.

This challenging subject develops a sound understanding of mathematical fundamentals and builds from prior work. You will build solid skills that will aid you in all aspects of life including in the work place.

This is the ideal course for those interested in Mathematics as a concept as well as those moving on to higher education.

Overview / Skills

This A Level in Mathematics builds a solid working knowledge of algebra, trigonometry, calculus, logarithms, differentiation, mathematical reasoning and proofs.

In addition, the course introduces you to the use of maths in both mechanics and statistics which are more practical applications of mathematical theory in the real world.

Your tutors and teacher will provide you with expert support and assistance so you can work your way through the syllabus with confidence. You should find develop not just an understanding of mathematics but an understanding of how different areas are connected.

Upon successful completion of the exam and practical assessments (as administered by AQA), you will have achieved an internationally recognised AQA A Level Mathematics

Developing an understanding of mathematics and processes.
Logical reasoning and the ability to identify incorrect reasoning.
Using your skills in solving difficult unstructured problems.
Develop and understanding of coherence and progression in mathematics.
Recognise how a situation may be represented mathematically and understand the relationship between the real world and models.
Use mathematics as a means of communication.

Course outline

This course is divided into 3 units:

Paper 1

Written examination: 2 hours

  • A Proof

  • B Algebra and Functions

  • C Coordinate Geometry

  • D Sequences and Series

  • E Trigonometry

  • F Exponentials and Logarithms

  • G Differentiation

  • H Integration

  • I Numerical Methods

Paper 2

Written examination: 2 hours

  • J Vectors

  • P Quantities and Units in Mechanics

  • Q Kinematics

  • R Forces and Newton’s Laws

  • S Moments

Paper 3

Written examination: 2 hours

  • K Statistical Sampling

  • L Data Presentation and Interpretation

  • M Probability

  • N Statistical Distributions

  • O Statistical Hypothesis Testing