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Why should you study Cambridge A Level Maths?

In addition to Pure Mathematics, our Cambridge A Level Maths distance learning course also covers:

•    Classical Mechanics which is used to describe the motion of both earthly and astronomical objects. Mechanics produces very accurate results and is one of the largest subjects in science

•    Probability and Statistics. You’ll have heard of the old saying that there are “lies, damned lies, and statistics”. This course will show you how to use statistics in a more positive way

This home study course in A Level Maths will develop your ability to reason logically and recognise incorrect reasoning, to generalise and to construct mathematical proofs. It will also extend your range of mathematical skills and techniques and enable you to use them to solve more difficult, unstructured problems.

Note that our experienced University Services Adviser can advise on A Level courses and all aspects of university entrance. These services are easy to access though our booking form.

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What do I need to know to enrol?

You will need a high level of subject understanding to study Maths at A Level. A grade A or 7 at IGCSE/GCSE (or equivalent) is a pre-requisite for acceptance onto the course. In extenuating circumstances, we will also consider students with a grade B or 6 provided they achieve a minimum of 70% in the first three assignments.

All A Level students will also require a Grade C or 4 for IGCSE English Language.

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The Syllabus and the Exam

Our A Level Maths home study course prepares you for the Cambridge AS and A Level syllabus 9709.

The full Advanced Level qualification comprises AS and A level. N.B. If you take Mechanics at AS, you must take Statistics at A Level, and vice versa.

The course structure is as follows:

TRACK ONE

AS Level Maths with Mechanics
P1:  Algebra; Coordinate Geometry; Trigonometry; Vectors; Series; Differentiation and Integration
M1: Forces and Equilibrium; Kinematics of motion in a straight line; Newton’s laws; Vectors; Energy, Work and Friction

A Level Maths with Statistics
P3: Further Algebra; Further Integration: Differential Equations; Vectors; Complex Numbers
S1: Representation of Data; Permutations and Combinations; Probability; Discrete Random Variables; Normal Distribution; Binomial Distribution

TRACK TWO

AS Level Maths with Statistics
P1:  Algebra; Coordinate Geometry; Trigonometry; Vectors; Series; Differentiation and Integration
S1: Representation of Data; Permutations and Combinations; Probability; Discrete Random Variables; Normal Distribution; Binomial Distribution

A Level Maths with Mechanics
P3: Further Algebra; Further Integration: Differential Equations; Vectors; Complex Numbers
M1: Forces and Equilibrium; Kinematics of motion in a straight line; Newton’s laws; Vectors; Energy, Work and Friction

AS Level
Two papers: P1: 1hr 45mins M1: 1hr 15mins or S1: 1hr 15mins

A Level
Two papers: P3: 1hr 45mins S1: 1hr 15mins or M1: 1hr 15mins

There are Cambridge exam centres in over 150 countries. We can provide details of the most convenient.

Course Fee

The fee for Cambridge A Level Maths is £795 via instalments (initial payment of £171 and 8 monthly instalments of £78.) There is a discount of 5% for payment in full reducing the fee to £755.

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