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A Level Double Mathematics

Science and Mathematics

Science and Mathematics
Science and Mathematics
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

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.

“I loved doing harder questions in GCSE Maths and wanted more. Learning with other people who have the same passion for maths is fantastic.” OLIVER, 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

Double Maths Adjusted Admissions Score applies.

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