Having successfully completed your GCSE course you are now in a position to tackle maths at a more advanced level. This is a highly regarded and enjoyable A Level course. When compared to GCSE Maths, students often find A Level Maths a much more stimulating and enjoyable course.
Here at Carmel, we are very proud of our Maths students’ outstanding record of achievement over many years. We can guarantee that every student will receive first class tuition using a variety of teaching strategies in a modern spacious environment. This coupled with our excellent support programme makes Carmel, in our opinion, the only place to study A Level Maths.
Where will this A Level Maths course lead?
A Level Maths can lead to a myriad of courses in both further and higher education. Obvious careers include accountancy, banking, engineering, medicine, computing and scientific statistical research.
However, there are many other diverse areas where mathematical skills are recognised as invaluable and essential. If you are planning to study a mathematics based course at university, we recommend that you should also choose A Level Further Maths.
Course Entry Requirements
GCSE grade 6 in Maths.
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Ashley Tyrer – Neuroscience, Edinburgh University
Jain Saji – Medicine, Birmingham University
Hamdan Baker – Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London
Oscar Pimlett – Primary Education with QTS specialising in Maths
Megan Barlow – Maths, University of Nottingham
Cameron Mumtaz Wong – Chemical Engineering via Natural Sciences, St John’s College, Cambridge
Joseph Turasz – Maths, Durham University
Eleanor Mawdsely – Grant Thornton Apprenticeship Scheme