During this A Level Maths course, you’ll develop your mathematical knowledge and understanding in areas such as trigonometry, sequences, distribution, kinematics, and forces.
Depending on the path you plan to take after your A Levels, we recommend study the following A Levels alongside this course:
Degrees this subject could lead to
Students studying A Level Maths can choose from a variety of degrees once they have successfully completed their course, including degrees in maths, engineering, sciences, geography, and computer science.
Future career options
You’ll gain skills relevant to future careers in areas such as engineering, data, IT, finance, architecture, and teaching.
A Level maths via distance learning
This A Level Maths course is exactly the same as an A Level you would study at school or college, meaning you will take the same exams and get the same qualification. The only difference is that our courses are designed to be studied from home at your own pace, and you will receive full tutor support via email.
A Level Mathematics qualification from AQA.
We recommend that you have at least a grade 4/C in GCSE Maths, however, this is not essential.