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SIBFORD SIXTH FORM


Mathematics


ENTRY REQUIREMENT GCSE Mathematics Grade 6 (7 or higher is strongly recommended)


Through Mathematics, students develop their abilities in logical thinking, formulating problems, following a structured approach to solving them, making deductions and analysing complex situations. These skills are critical to success in many degree courses and careers, so it is no wonder universities hold A Level Mathematics in high regard. Whereas in the past there were options in terms of which modules could be studied, now the


entirety of the course is compulsory and includes three main areas of study; Pure Mathematics, Mechanics and Statistics.


A Level • 3 equally weighted exam papers.


Pure Maths – We study the fundamental principles of Mathematics including the manipulation of algebra, sequences and series, calculus and trigonometry. Developing our knowledge through the two year course with an emphasis on becoming more mathematically minded in our approaches.


Statistics – Includes the application of statistical analysis techniques and gives students the tools to be able to analyse data and draw conclusions.


Mechanics – The study of how forces make objects accelerate and how they move as a result of this acceleration. It is valuable for potential physicists and engineers.


There may be an opportunity for students to sit an AS exam at the end of Year 12, but this will be decided on an individual basis.


A Level Exam Board: Edexcel


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