A Level Maths
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An A level in maths demonstrates a level of intelligence and sharpness of mind that will be attractive to employers and universities regardless of the specific role or course you want to get into. Our home study course introduces you to all the advanced concepts you need to be familiar with to gain this qualification, such as coordinate geometry, curve sketching and calculus. Whatever you background or your plans, an A level in maths will sharpen your thinking and boost your credentials, and is essential for anyone wishing to study maths or a maths-related subject at degree level.
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GCSE Maths grade C or above (or equivalent).
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NEC has selected a team of professional tutors to provide support and guidance to its learners and ensure you get all the help you need to succeed on your course. We use strict criteria when employing our tutors, only choosing those who can demonstrate expert knowledge in their field and who we can be sure will be able to provide the support our learners need. Most of our tutors also work or have worked as teachers and trainers, so they’re used to helping students and are familiar with the difficulties they might face.
NEC's A level in Maths is useful for a range of careers, from engineer to psychologist!
If you are keen to sharpen your mind or improve your job prospects in many fields including electronics, computing and engineering, studying A level Maths will prove invaluable.
The course consists of a number of units, which can be taken as part of both the AS and full A level award.
To gain the full A level, you need to complete six units (3 for AS and 3 for A2), including all of the compulsory C units.
A Level Maths