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A Level Maths

Maths A Level Course
Maths A Level
AQA Certificate
Maths A Level Course
Maths A Level
AQA Certificate
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Course overview

Need a Maths A Level for university, further study or to help you land your dream job?

Thinking of starting a lucrative career in Accountancy, Dentistry, Engineering or Coding? Then completing an A Level in Maths is going to get you one step closer to your dream job!

With our Maths A Level, in as little as 6 months you’ll be able to understand and present mathematical arguments and recognise different mathematical structures, in order to solve problems effectively and efficiently. These skills are extremely useful and highly regarded by many different university courses and employers from a variety of fields, so an A Level in Maths will really help your application to stand out from the crowd.

Our Maths A Level qualification also includes your exam, which will give you the grade you’ll need for UCAS points, if you want to study at university afterwards. This means you don’t have to worry about organising your exam once you’ve completed the course – win, win!

You’ll also get:

  • 100% online study (excludes the exam) – available 24/7, so you can fit studying around your existing schedule!
  • Great tutor support – highly qualified and friendly experts, ready to help!
  • An internationally recognised qualification
  • Tutors

    Throughout your studies, you’ll have access to a dedicated and qualified A Level Maths tutor. They will provide you with essential advice, guidance, and feedback, to make sure you get the most from your qualification!

    The Advisor Team

    Anything these guys don’t know about educational courses isn’t worth knowing! They are an amazing bunch of friendly experts, who will help you select the right course for your needs, so you can follow your dreams.

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    Academic Team

    A great set of people to have in your corner if you find yourself stumped by a section of the course! This wonderful team will come to your rescue ASAP and talk you through anything you need help with, so you can keep momentum and get your qualification!

    Customer Support Team

    Find yourself fighting with technology? Our customer support team are here to save the day! If you have any issues accessing the platform for your course, or downloading your certificate, they will sort it out for you in no time!

    Customer support team

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  • Accreditations

    You will need to complete an in-person exam in order to pass this course. Exam sittings are held in-person once per year in May or June.

    We have examination centres, approved by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ). located around the country: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire,  High Wycombe, Taunton, Wimbledon and Belfast.

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  • Topics you'll cover
    • Algebra 1
    • Calculus 1
    • Algebra 2
    • Geometry 1
    • Calculus 2
    • Geometry 2
    • Calculus 3
    • Understanding data
    • Probability and distributions 1
    • Probability and distributions 2
    • Mechanics 1
    • Mechanics 2
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  • Modules

    During this course, you will cover the following:

    • Algebraic manipulation

    You’ll learn algebraic methods and work with mathematical expressions, equations, and functions to solve problems set out in this A Level Maths.

    • Graphs and inequalities

    Studying algebraic equations and expressions by considering graphs allows you to build a deeper insight into behaviours.

    • Straight lines and circles

    Straight lines and circles are two of the most common ways for maths to help model real-life situations. Being able to work with these algebraically allows you to solve abstract and real-world problems.

    • Binomial expansions

    When a power is applied to a bracket, the resulting expression can be difficult to simplify. The law of binomial expansions is a valuable tool to enable you to do this.

    • Proof

    You’ll learn how to proof a mathematical statement – a proof shows that a maths statement is true.

    • Differentiation

    Differentiation is where you find the derivative, or rate of change for a function – solving problems about the shape of graphs, as well as the rate at which real-world values change.

    • Integration

    Integration enables you to find the area underneath a graph. You can learn how to calculate areas and volumes in real situations.

    • Exponentials and logarithms

    The exponential function and the natural logarithm are functions which are the inverse of each other. Modelling exponential growth or logarithmic decline has applications for working out interest rates, viral infections, and population growth to name but a few.

    • Sequences and series

    A sequence is a list of numbers which follows a specific rule, and a series is what you get when we add together the terms of a sequence. The applications of this are extremely wide, including applications to the nature of infinity.

    • Trigonometry

    Trigonometry studies the relationships between sides and angles in triangles. Since triangles can be added often to theoretical problems such as sketches of graphs, trigonometry can be a very useful and powerful tool with a wide range of applications.

    • Numerical methods

    There are times when an approximation is needed, or where algebraically is inefficient. Numerical methods can provide you with tools to approximate in these situations.

    • Statistical sampling

    Statistical sampling is the process where a predetermined number of observations are taken from a large population, so general facts about the population can be formed with some degree of certainty.

    • Interpreting and presenting data

    Interpretating and presenting data in an accurate and understandable way is an important tool as well as helping the daily interpretation of facts and figures in the news for example.

    • Probability and statistical distributions

    Probability is a measurement of how likely something is to happen. Statistical distributions provides us with formulas so we can calculate probabilities.

    • Statistical hypothesis testing

    Testing the significance between two parameters and deciding if it is significant is important to allow decisions to be made in a wide variety of situations from science to business scenarios.

    • Kinematics

    Kinematics is the study of the movements of points, lines or geometric objects to describe movement.

    • Forces and Newton’s laws

    The relations between the forces and motion of the body are key concepts in theoretical and applied physics.

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  • Course Duration

    There are no physical classes to attend, all your studying is online so you can complete your A Level in your own time, as quickly as you like.

    The only specific deadline to work towards is your exam – exam sittings are held once per year in May or June.

    This A Level in Maths will take 360 hours to complete.

    Most people gain their Maths A Level in as little as 12 months.

  • Quick FAQs

    What are A Levels?

    Advanced Level Qualifications, also known as A Levels, are the traditional path that most students take in order to advance their learning once they have completed their GCSEs. They are also often compulsory qualifications needed in order to apply to university, further study, or a job.

    So, who are A Levels suitable for?

    If you wish to go to university, most higher education providers will require you to obtain a minimum of 3 A Level certificates. If you have a particular university course in mind that you wish to enrol on, they may require an A Level certificate in a particular subject and grade/level to apply, so it’s worth checking this out before you commence your A Level studies.

    If you’re not sure what career path you wish to pursue, A Levels are a brilliant way of exploring different subjects and finding what you enjoy.

    Are there any requirements for me to undertake A Level Maths?

    Usually, GCSE Maths would be required to be able to take A Level Maths via a school, but there are no entry requirements with our A Level Maths Course! Basic competency is recommended, so you can get the most out of your course, but we don’t ask for any previous qualifications!

    It is worth noting though, if you want to study Maths at university, after completing your Maths A Level, you will need to obtain a Maths GCSE (which we also offer!)

    Is this A Level Maths qualification internationally recognised?

    This A Level Maths qualification is an internationally recognised qualification which means it will be accepted at universities worldwide and is recognised by employers around the world, so you can use it when you apply for jobs too.

    How is the A Level Maths Course assessed?

    At the end of each unit in your A Level Maths course, you will find an end of unit assignment. This is completed online and submitted to your tutor. Once assessed, your tutor will return your work complete with its final grade and feedback. Once you’ve successfully passed each unit, you’ll be ready to take your A Level Maths exam.


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