3 Reasons to study A-Level Mathematics
Mathematics is the most popular A-Level taken. Last year over 92000 people sat the examinations for this subject and over 80% achieved a grade C or higher – one of the highest A-Level pass rates in 2016. So, if you’re thinking about gaining an A-Level in Mathematics here’s 3 reasons why you should:
Gain entry into university
If you’re looking to go onto a Maths related degree, then an A-Level in Mathematics is perfect for you. This course can help you achieve up to 56 UCAS points for entry into university. Just what you need to kick-start your career as a data analyst, accountant, statistician or maths teacher.
Opens a wide range of opportunities
Studying an A-Level in Mathematics can provide you with a heap of career benefits and opportunities. If you follow a career path within this subject, you are likely to earn a great salary. Results show that Maths is the only A-Level proven to increase earnings in later life - by an average of 10%. This is reinforced through some of the amazing salaries in this field such as a Data Analysts who can earn up to £40,000 and accountants up to £50,000. The perfect subject choice if you want to maximise your earning potential. It will also make you more employable all over the world, allowing you to increase your chances of finding a job.
If you’re struggling to decide what A-Levels to take, Mathematics is a perfect choice. This A-Level can help you get onto a wide range of university courses and it works well alongside any other A-Level.
Boost your knowledge
This advanced level qualification is perfect if you want to develop your skills in mathematical techniques, their applications and a variety of employability skills such as problem-solving, logical reasoning, communication and resilience. Our home study A-Level will allow you to challenge yourself in a range of different topics including: probability, averages, mechanics and correlation.
Kick-start your path to further academic success at university with our home study A-Level Mathematics course!
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