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Grade A in GCSE Mathematics.
Students study Pure Mathematics and Statistics and will be tested with and without a calculator, sitting modules C1, C2 and S1. There is no coursework.
Students go on to study more advanced Pure Mathematics and some Mechanics. The modules we sit are C3, C4 and M1. There is no coursework.
For some students, A level Mathematics does not provide sufficient challenge and so Further Maths offers the opportunity to get two A levels in Mathematics. We fast track the six modules of A level Mathematics into Year 12 and then study Further Pure Maths and Applied Maths in Year 13. There is no coursework.
What could I go on to do at the end of my course?
Mathematics is an excellent subject to have as part of any A level portfolio. It is an extremely valuable subject to have if going on to study Architecture, Science, Medicine, Finance, Social Science and Engineering. University admissions tutors in Arts subjects also value Mathematics A level as evidence of logical thought and an ability to handle the abstract.