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A-level Mathematics Specification

AS Mathematics Specification

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A Guide to A-level Maths

 

The specification of A-Level has changed dramatically: students will learn pure mathematics and combination of statistics and mechanics.

 

Pure Maths Topics:

 

  • Proof
  • Algebra and Functions
  • Coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane
  • Sequences and series
  • Trigonometry
  • Exponentials and Logarithms
  • Differentiation
  • Integration
  • Numerical Methods
  • Vectors

 

In pure mathematics, a significant emphasis has been made on mathematical modelling: it's a step in the right direction, as it gives students an opportunity to see how maths is used in real life, apart from day-to-day mundane tasks.

 

For instance, modelling by quadratic equations has been introduced in Pure Mathematics text book - how the motion of a ball under gravity can be modelled by a quadratic equation.

 

Statistics & Mechanics Topics:

 

  • Statistical sampling - statistics
  • Data presentation and interpretation - statistics
  • Probability - statistics
  • Statistical distributions - statistics
  • Statistical hypothesis testing - statistics
  • Quantities and units in mechanics - mechanics
  • Kinematics - mechanics
  • Forces and Newton's Laws - mechanics
  • Moments - Mechanics

 

How Many Exams?

 

Students have to sit three papers to earn their grades at the end of two years:

 

Paper 1: Pure Mathematics, 2 hours written, 100 marks, 33.33% of the qualification, calculators can be used.

Paper 2: Pure Mathematics, 2 hours written, 100 marks, 33.33% of the qualification, calculators can be used.

Paper 3: Statistics and Mechanics, 2 hours written, 100 marks, contain questions on topics from the Statistics content in Section A and Mechanics content in Section B 33.33% of the qualification, calculators can be used.

 

There will be internal exams after the first year, at AS, mainly for assessment and checking the eligibility for the second year

 

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AS and A level subject content for mathematics

Why Should I Study A-level Mathematics?