A level Maths provides you with a thorough grounding in the mathematical tools and techniques that are applicable to multiple maths-focused roles in the workplace. The modern world needs employers with an advanced level of mathematics skills, and maths is essential to the continued development of our increasingly technological lives.
Studying A level Maths enables you to strengthen a range of transferable, sought-after skills, such as statistical, problem-solving and logical as a result of this, not only do these skills prepare you for work and further study, they are also vital tools for everyday life.
The UK’s knowledge economy (an economical system driven by ideas, intellectual capital and technology) needs more mathematical skills for the financial, communication, engineering and transportation sectors, as well as highly specialised scientific areas, such as genome modelling.
A level Maths is made up of four units. There are two core units which make up two-thirds of the qualification and provide you with techniques in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus - forming the fundamental building blocks of the subject. Mathematical applications in statistics and mechanics make up the remaining third of the qualification.
Maths can lead to various subjects at university, including science and engineering, as well as careers in data analysis and digital marketing. The logic and reasoning skills developed by studying A level Maths ensure the qualification is widely respected.