What does an architect, stockbroker, engineer, computer scientist, astronaut and doctor have in common? An A-Level in Maths.
What you will study:
Algebra & Function
Probability & Statistics
Use of Graphical Calculator to solve problems
2/3 of the A-Level Mathematics is the study of pure Maths; this builds on your knowledge in algebra and trigonometry and introduces calculus. The last third is made up of mechanics and statistics.
General entry criteria apply plus a Grade 6 in GCSE Maths and an overall GCSE average of 5.8.
The majority of jobs now require a GCSE Maths Grade 4 (Grade C) or above.