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A Level Double Mathematics

Science and Mathematics

Science and Mathematics
Science and Mathematics
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What will you be working towards?

Alternative Title Double Mathematics A Level
Code DM
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

Do you have a strong interest in pursuing Mathematical subjects beyond sixth form?

Double Mathematics means studying Maths A level and Further Maths A level together. It is a course for those with a significant interest in pursuing Maths beyond sixth form and demands a strong overall GCSE profile. Students often take the course 

because they want to study Maths, Physics or Engineering at degree level and would find a stronger mathematical background helpful.

It can be extremely rewarding for you if you enjoy Maths and are stimulated by the faster pace and greater depth.

• Further Maths is essential for some university courses and is useful for courses in Economics, Computing, Physics and Engineering.

• Both Mathematics and Further Mathematics are assessed through examinations at the end of two years (no coursework).

• Includes both mechanics and statistics content.


"The Maths teachers at Hills are fantastic and always teach with a lot of enthusiasm, with extra support available outside of lessons if you need more guidance." Farbod Salamat-Zadeh, Double Mathematics student

 

Details

Paper 1
Written exam: 2 hours, 33.5% of A level.
May assess content from the following sections:
  • Proof
  • Complex numbers
  • Matrices
  • Further Algebra and Functions
  • Further Calculus
  • Further Vectors
  • Polar coordinates
  • Hyperbolic functions
  • Differential equations
  • Trigonometry
  • Numerical Methods
Paper 2
Written exam: 2 hours, 33.5% of A level.
May assess content from the following sections:
  • Proof
  • Complex numbers
  • Matrices
  • Further Algebra and Functions
  • Further Calculus
  • Further Vectors
  • Polar coordinates
  • Hyperbolic functions
  • Differential equations
  • Trigonometry
  • Numerical Methods
Paper 3
Written exam: 2 hours, 33.5% of A level.
One question paper answer booklet on Statistics and one question paper answer booklet on Mechanics.

How will it be delivered?

Paper 1
Written exam: 2 hours, 33.5% of A level.
Paper 2
Written exam: 2 hours, 33.5% of A level.
Paper 3
Written exam: 2 hours, 33.5% of A level.

Entry requirements

GCSE grade 8 in Mathematics

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