If you can take A level Maths, you should take A Level Maths.
Maths is key for developing your analytical, research and problem solving skills.
The A level is balanced between core and applied modules that give you a firm foundation in mathematical techniques which allows you to go on to further study or straight into work.
Exam Board: Edexcel
Three modules in Year 12 and three modules in Year 13.
In Year 12 you study Core 1, Core 2 and Statistics 1.
If you then choose to continue study into Year 13 you study Core 3, Core 4 and Decision 1 (maths that is linked to programming).
Each of the modules is equally weighted in terms of your final grade.
Three exams at the end of Year 12 (Core 1, Core 2 and Statistics) for an AS qualification.
There are three exams at the end of Year 13 (Core 3, Core 4 and Decision 1 Maths) for an A level qualification.
You need a grade 6 or higher at GCSE Mathematics.