When & Where

  • Orange calendar icon 15 September 2024 - 26 June 2025 ( 198 hours, 34 weeks )
  • Orange map marker icon Chelsea Centre

Quick Facts

  • Availability Yes (course free to 16-18 year olds)
  • Course Code C24MICC01A
  • Suitable For This course is free for 16-18s

What you will learn

In today's modern world, advanced mathematics serves as the bedrock of success across a multitude of professional domains, spanning from the cutting-edge realms of the sciences and computing to the intricacies of business and finance. Our A-Level Mathematics course builds on the mathematics skills you've learned at the GCSE level, equipping you to tackle complex mathematical problems and fostering a deeper interest in the subject.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Pure Maths · Proof · Algebra and functions · Coordinate geometry · Sequences and series · Trigonometry · Exponentials and logarithms · Differentiation · Integration · Numerical methods · Vectors Statistics and Mechanics · Statistical sampling

On successful completion of the course, you will achieve the following qualification: GCE AS Level in Mathematics [EDEXCEL]

Class format and activities

You will study 3 hours in the classroom at the Chelsea Centre and 2 hours online. Assessment methods: At the conclusion of Year 1, you will undertake internal exams that evaluate your grasp of the Year 1 curriculum. These assessments play a significant role in calculating your UCAS predicted grade. At the end of Year 2, you will sit three public examinations which determine your final A-Level grade. The course does not include any coursework in either year.

Entry requirements

To study on this course, you will need: · GCSE Maths at Grade 6 or above · GCSE English Language at Grade 4 or above Every applicant is required to participate in an interview and complete an entrance assessment as part of the process to determine their eligibility for the course.

What you need to know before you enrol

This is a 2-year linear accredited course consisting of 5 hours of class time a week. You will be expected to spend at least 2 hours a week studying independently. A minimum of 90% attendance is expected per term.

What you need

You will require access to a computer with a camera and microphone and a scientific calculator.

What you can do next

A Levels are commonly recognised as the standard entry requirement for leading universities in the UK and across the globe. The A-Level is required for numerous degree programs including engineering, computer science and economics. Moreover, it establishes a strong mathematical foundation applicable to various other fields.