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A Level Maths

  • Develop your understanding and learn how to present mathematical arguments
  • Identify underlying mathematical structures
  • Develop advanced problem-solving skills
  • Gain this A Level in as little as 6 months
  • Can be used towards UCAS points to progress to university level study
  • Study around real-life commitments

Studying your A Level

Maths at A Level course introduces students to advanced principles, stretching students considerably from GCSE level learning.

During your studies you will develop the ability to construct and present mathematical arguments through appropriate use of diagrams, graphs, logical deduction and precise statements.

You will learn how to recognise the underlying mathematical structure in a situation and simplify and abstract appropriately to enable problems to be solved. This will allow you to construct extended arguments to solve problems presented in an unstructured form, including problems in context.

Upon completion of this course, you will have a deeper understanding of algebra, geometry, sequences and series, exponentials and logarithms and more.

When you have completed this A Level you will have a strong grasp of key mathematical principals. You will have the skills needed to put forward mathematical arguments in a concise and structured manner. It will also give you the basis you will need to move on to study at degree level.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is a leading provider of distance learning courses in the UK, so you won’t have to attend any classes.

All our course’s course material is available online. Which means you can build your study around you and your circumstances. No classrooms, no timetables.

Because your course is entirely online you can complete the course as quickly as you like.

To get started, all you need to do is login to our student portal. Everything you need to complete the course will be there waiting for you.

You’ll be supported throughout your studies by a dedicated and qualified tutor. They will provide advice, guidance, and feedback on your assignments. This allows you to progress in a structured, positive way.

Ultimately, this allows you to study and complete your A Level in maths in a manner that reflects your lifestyle, commitments and your approach to learning.

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Algebra 1
  • Calculus 1
  • Algebra 2
  • Geometry 1
  • Calculus 2
  • Geometry 2
  • Calculus 3
  • Understanding data
  • Probability and distributions 1
  • Probability and distributions 2
  • Mechanics 1
  • Mechanics 2

Which include the following topics:

Algebraic manipulation

Using a variety of algebraic methods, you’ll work with mathematical expressions, equations and functions in order to solve a wide variety of problems.

Graphs and inequalities

Studying algebraic equations and expressions by considering related graphs will allow you to build a deeper insight into their behaviours.

Straight lines and circles

Straight lines and circles are two of the most common ways that maths is used to model real-life situations. Being able to work with these algebraically will allow you to solve both abstract and real-world problems.

Binomial expansions

When a power is applied to a bracket, the resulting expression can be difficult to simplify using straightforward algebraic manipulation. The laws of binomial expansions provide a powerful tool to enable you to do this.

Proof

A proof shows that a mathematical statement is true – starting from elements that are fundamental truths, and taking a series of logical steps, complicated relationships can be shown.

Differentiation

Differentiation is the process of finding the derivative, or rate of change of a function. It is a powerful tool which enables you to solve problems about the shape of graphs, as well as about the rate at which real-world values change.

Integration

Integration is a tool which enables you to find the area underneath a graph. Expanding upon it, you can learn to calculate areas and volumes in complicated real situations.

Exponentials and logarithms

The exponential function and the natural logarithm are important functions which are inverses of each other. Modelling exponential growth or logarithmic decline has applications to interest rates, viral infections and population growth, amongst other important areas.

Sequences and series

A sequence is a list of numbers which obeys a specific rule, and a series is what we get when we add together the terms of a sequence. The tools you’ll develop in this area have wide applications, including applications to the nature of infinity.

Trigonometry

Trigonometry is the study of the relationships between sides and angles in triangles. Since triangles can be added often to theoretical problems such as sketches of graphs, as well as to real-world situations, trigonometry is a powerful tool with a wide range of applications.

Numerical methods

While algebraic tools can be used to solve a wide range of equations, there are times when an approximation is all that is needed, or where the time required to solve a problem algebraically is inefficient. Numerical methods give us tools to approximate in these situations.

Statistical sampling

Statistical sampling is the process where a predetermined number of observations are taken from a larger population, allowing us to state general facts about the population with some degree of certainty.

Interpreting and presenting data

The interpretation and presentation of data in an accurate and easy-to-understand way is an important tool for science and most other academic areas, as well as aiding the daily interpretation of facts and figures presented in the news, for example.

Probability and statistical distributions

Probability measures how likely something is to happen. Statistical distributions provide formulas to allow us to calculate probabilities efficiently in a range of situations.

Statistical hypothesis testing

Testing the significance of a proposed relationship between two parameters and deciding whether this is significant is a key part of most scientific investigation.

Kinematics

Kinematics is the study of the movements of points, lines and other geometric objects to describe movement.

Forces and Newton’s laws

The relations between the forces acting on a body and the motion of the body are key concepts in both theoretical and applied physics.

At the end of each unit there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor he or she will respond with your grade as well as detailed feedback. Following successful completion of each unit you’ll be exam ready!

We’ll provide you with a guide on how to find an exam place near to you should you decide to sit the formal exam.

OUR PASS RATE
A-Levels
96%
(National Average 81.4%)

A Level Maths

  • Develop your understanding and learn how to present mathematical arguments
  • Identify underlying mathematical structures
  • Develop advanced problem-solving skills
  • Gain this A Level in as little as 6 months
  • Can be used towards UCAS points to progress to university level study
  • Study around real-life commitments

Studying your A Level

Maths at A Level course introduces students to advanced principles, stretching students considerably from GCSE level learning.

During your studies you will develop the ability to construct and present mathematical arguments through appropriate use of diagrams, graphs, logical deduction and precise statements.

You will learn how to recognise the underlying mathematical structure in a situation and simplify and abstract appropriately to enable problems to be solved. This will allow you to construct extended arguments to solve problems presented in an unstructured form, including problems in context.

Upon completion of this course, you will have a deeper understanding of algebra, geometry, sequences and series, exponentials and logarithms and more.

When you have completed this A Level you will have a strong grasp of key mathematical principals. You will have the skills needed to put forward mathematical arguments in a concise and structured manner. It will also give you the basis you will need to move on to study at degree level.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is a leading provider of distance learning courses in the UK, so you won’t have to attend any classes.

All our course’s course material is available online. Which means you can build your study around you and your circumstances. No classrooms, no timetables.

Because your course is entirely online you can complete the course as quickly as you like.

To get started, all you need to do is login to our student portal. Everything you need to complete the course will be there waiting for you.

You’ll be supported throughout your studies by a dedicated and qualified tutor. They will provide advice, guidance, and feedback on your assignments. This allows you to progress in a structured, positive way.

Ultimately, this allows you to study and complete your A Level in maths in a manner that reflects your lifestyle, commitments and your approach to learning.

A-Levels
OUR PASS RATE
(National Average 81.4%)
96%

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Algebra 1
  • Calculus 1
  • Algebra 2
  • Geometry 1
  • Calculus 2
  • Geometry 2
  • Calculus 3
  • Understanding data
  • Probability and distributions 1
  • Probability and distributions 2
  • Mechanics 1
  • Mechanics 2

Which include the following topics:

Algebraic manipulation

Using a variety of algebraic methods, you’ll work with mathematical expressions, equations and functions in order to solve a wide variety of problems.

Graphs and inequalities

Studying algebraic equations and expressions by considering related graphs will allow you to build a deeper insight into their behaviours.

Straight lines and circles

Straight lines and circles are two of the most common ways that maths is used to model real-life situations. Being able to work with these algebraically will allow you to solve both abstract and real-world problems.

Binomial expansions

When a power is applied to a bracket, the resulting expression can be difficult to simplify using straightforward algebraic manipulation. The laws of binomial expansions provide a powerful tool to enable you to do this.

Proof

A proof shows that a mathematical statement is true – starting from elements that are fundamental truths, and taking a series of logical steps, complicated relationships can be shown.

Differentiation

Differentiation is the process of finding the derivative, or rate of change of a function. It is a powerful tool which enables you to solve problems about the shape of graphs, as well as about the rate at which real-world values change.

Integration

Integration is a tool which enables you to find the area underneath a graph. Expanding upon it, you can learn to calculate areas and volumes in complicated real situations.

Exponentials and logarithms

The exponential function and the natural logarithm are important functions which are inverses of each other. Modelling exponential growth or logarithmic decline has applications to interest rates, viral infections and population growth, amongst other important areas.

Sequences and series

A sequence is a list of numbers which obeys a specific rule, and a series is what we get when we add together the terms of a sequence. The tools you’ll develop in this area have wide applications, including applications to the nature of infinity.

Trigonometry

Trigonometry is the study of the relationships between sides and angles in triangles. Since triangles can be added often to theoretical problems such as sketches of graphs, as well as to real-world situations, trigonometry is a powerful tool with a wide range of applications.

Numerical methods

While algebraic tools can be used to solve a wide range of equations, there are times when an approximation is all that is needed, or where the time required to solve a problem algebraically is inefficient. Numerical methods give us tools to approximate in these situations.

Statistical sampling

Statistical sampling is the process where a predetermined number of observations are taken from a larger population, allowing us to state general facts about the population with some degree of certainty.

Interpreting and presenting data

The interpretation and presentation of data in an accurate and easy-to-understand way is an important tool for science and most other academic areas, as well as aiding the daily interpretation of facts and figures presented in the news, for example.

Probability and statistical distributions

Probability measures how likely something is to happen. Statistical distributions provide formulas to allow us to calculate probabilities efficiently in a range of situations.

Statistical hypothesis testing

Testing the significance of a proposed relationship between two parameters and deciding whether this is significant is a key part of most scientific investigation.

Kinematics

Kinematics is the study of the movements of points, lines and other geometric objects to describe movement.

Forces and Newton’s laws

The relations between the forces acting on a body and the motion of the body are key concepts in both theoretical and applied physics.

At the end of each unit there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor he or she will respond with your grade as well as detailed feedback. Following successful completion of each unit you’ll be exam ready!

We’ll provide you with a guide on how to find an exam place near to you should you decide to sit the formal exam.

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