Maths A level Courses

An overview of our Maths A level courses

A good grounding in Maths is not only intellectually rewarding, but also often provides the passport to a wide variety of jobs, as well as further work in scientific research.  Maths A level is examined in modules which enable you to obtain your qualification in various alternative ways.  The AQA specifications offer significant extra flexibility for distance learning students.  It is possible to mix and match a wide variety of Pure, Mechanics and Statistics A level Maths units, all supported by separate Oxford Open Learning modules.

Why Study Maths A level?

It will help you with other A level subjects

Maths A level supports a wide range of A levels including:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Computing
  • Geography
  • Geology

Maths A level will help you with a wide range of degrees

As you progress you will find that Maths A level helps prepare you for many degrees with all of the following normally requiring A level Maths as an entry requirement.

  • Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Computer Science
  • Physics
  • Accountancy
  • Engineering

A level Maths is respected by both employers and university

People occasionally discuss the idea of soft A levels. Maths A level is never discussed in those terms.

Oxford Open Learning’s Maths A level courses

Maths and Mechanics A level

Maths and Mechanics A level is the subject of choice for budding engineers. As well as containing a grounding in pure mathematics, it also helps students develop an understanding for motion and forces.

Maths and Statistics A level

This is a great course for students wishing to go on and study Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Psychology and Sociology. All these subjects contain subject areas with statistical modelling at the heart of them.

Pure Maths A level

Pure Maths is the perfect preparation for most Mathematics degrees and is also widely appreciated by Accountancy and Business institutions.

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