A' Level Mathematics (Full AS + A2), Distance Learning Course
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Important information
 A Level
 Distance Learning
 Duration:
2 Years  When:
Flexible
This course aims to develop a deeper understanding of some of the most important topics in mathematics which play a crucial role in the world around us, in everything from technology to our understanding of the universe. The course builds upon existing knowledge as well as introducing completely new and challenging topics.
Objectives of the A' Level Mathematics(Full AS+A2)
The objective of the course is to:
help students to gain knowledge and understanding of Mathematics direct study of the original sources
encourage and develop your enthusiasm for maths as well as give you the chance to form your own personal responses to the set texts chosen for study.
help you to further and enhance your mathematics and evaluative skills such as geometry and algebra and other additional tools to like the mechanics based questions, to use with the kinematic equations.
develop a deeper understanding of some of the most important topics in mathematics which play a crucial role in the world
Starts  Location 

Flexible 
Distance Learning

Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
Key Topics There are many modules that make up ALevel Mathematics. The main modules are as follows: AS Level Core 1 Core 2 Mechanics 1 A2 Level Core 3 Core 4 Mechanics 2
· Requirements
GCSE Mathematics at Grade C minimum.
· Qualification
AS/A2  A level in Mathematics. Specification: Edexcel (AS) 8371 and Edexcel (A2) 9371
Opinions
27/04/2015
Would you recommend this course? Yes.
What you'll learn on the course
GCSE Mathematics  Mathematics  IT  Maths 
Teachers and trainers (1)
Course programme
A Level Mathematics (Full AS + A2) Course.
How is the course structured?The A' Level Mathematics (AS/A2) course is divided into six comprehensive modules:
AS Level Module 1 – Core Mathematics 1
Topics included:
 Algebra and functions
 Quadratic functions
 Equations and inequalities
 Sketching curves
 Coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane
 Sequence and series
 Differentiation
 Integration
Module 2 – Core Mathematics 2
Topics included:
 Algebra and functions
 The sine and cosine rules
 Exponentials and logarithms
 Coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane
 The binomial expansion
 Radian measure and its application
 Geometric sequences and series
 Graphs of trigonometric functions
 Trigonometrical identities and simple equations
 Intergration
Module 3 – Mechanics 1
Topics included:
 Mathematical models in mechanics
 Kinematics of particles
 Dynamics of particles
 Statics of a particle
 Moments
 Vectors
A2 Level Module 4 – Core 3
Topics included:
 Algebraic fractions
 Functions
 The exponential and log functions
 Numerical methods
 Transforming graphs of functions
 Trigonometry: looking at the secant, cosecant and cotangent
 Differentiation: using the various rules for complex functions
Module 5 – Core 4
Topics included:
 Partial fractions
 The binomial expansion
 Coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane
 Vectors
 Differentiation
 Integration
Module 6 – Mechanics 2
Topics included:
 Kinematics of a particle moving in a straight line or plane
 Centres of mass
 Work, energy and power
 Collisions
 Statics of rigid bodies