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What is A-Level Maths?
A-level Mathematics is the knowledge of different topics covering the spheres like numbers, structures, spaces and changes. In UK schools A-level Mathematics is studied after GCSE Maths and is a two year course programme which is sub-divided into various modules. The fundamental modules are Maths, Statistics, Mechanics and Decision Maths.
After completing the 3 modules at AS level students may decide to continue their studies and take another 3 modules leading to an A-level award (A2) in maths.
Common combinations of the 6 modules required for A-Level Maths (A2 Maths) are the four Core Maths modules (C1, C2, C3 and C4) with the remaining two being taken from Mechanics, Statistics or Decision Maths.
For example, someone wanting mainly Statistics may opt for
Core Maths (modules C1, C2, C3, and C4) + Statistics (modules S1, S2)
For someone wanting mainly Mechanics may opt for
Core Maths (modules C1, C2, C3, and C4) + Mechanics (modules M1, M2)
It is not uncommon to see the following combinations of 6 modules being taken.
Core Maths (modules C1, C2, C3, C4) + Statistics (module S1) + Mechanics (module M1)
Core Maths (modules C1, C2, C3, C4) + Statistics (modules S1) + Decision Maths (module D1)
The main tool of mathematics is Core Maths using algebraic methods, graphs of functions, series, solving equations, differentiation and integration methods.
-Any student planning to further study in physics and engineering can provide mechanics as a fundamental tool. The basic problems to look are:
-What height will a ball reach if thrown upwards with a given speed?
-What force is required to stop an object sliding down a slope?
– When two objects collide, what speed do they go after the collision?
– Statistics looks at data that is collected from surveys and models the data to fit various mathematical models to help answer questions such as
– What are the chances of an accident occurring on a certain stretch of road?
– Is there a difference between using drug A or drug B to cure a disease?
– This is a good module to choose if you are going into any of the sciences.
Decision Mathematics is used to solve much real life, practical problems. Here are some examples of areas in which Decision Mathematics can be used:
– What is the best route for a gritting lorry to follow so that it covers every road in a town but keeping the distance traveled to a minimum?
– What is the best way to organize people’s resources in the building of a house?
Beginners will envelope a varied range of A-level topics during the course of study, this variation depends on exams boards.
How to get A+ in GCSE Double Science?
– Selected subjects should be revised thoroughly
– Determine exam passing techniques that lead to improved grades
– Examine and work on the topics you feel most difficult to deal with
– Use past examination papers to figure out the techniques implied
– Staying focused and boosting motivational levels can help a lot in achieving your goals. This can also be done in co-ordination with other students
– Positively improvise your overall confidence