About This Course
Our A Level Mathematics course is a fantastic way to boost your qualifications, UCAS points and love of maths, but on your own terms.
- We will pay for your first attempt at each exam!
Designed for home study, you will receive the exact same course materials and examinations as its college counterpart; however, you will be able to earn this impressive qualification in your own time, at your own pace and from the comfort of your own home.
And this is fantastic news if you are taking your first steps back into education, or cannot commit to college due to prior work commitments; as this distance learning course is highly adaptable and can easily be moulded to fit around your current lifestyle choices.
So whether your passion lies in algebra, trigonometry, indices or quadratic functions, or you simply want to enhance your skills within Mechanics and Statistics; you can easily enrol onto this course and trust that it has been updated to meet the latest academic specifications and content.
And this is fantastic news if you are taking your first steps back into education or are looking to boost your CV credentials; as our home based course allows you to earn an impressive qualification that demonstrates core intelligence, a logical mind and the opportunity to develop excellent problem solving skills.
Split into 3 parts – Pure, Statistics and Mechanics – each unit strives to test your core intelligence; push your learning capabilities, and gift you with the tools to experiment with harder mathematical equations.
In fact, with every unit you complete you’ll achieve a greater level of competency, as well as the skills to translate these mathematical concepts into real life scenarios.
In turn, this distance learning course will both improve and test your comprehension of the syllabus, whilst preparing you for the intensity of this subject at university level.
With this course you will:
- Gain up to 56 UCAS points which can be used to secure your dream university spot.
- Be encouraged to challenge your mind, logic and mathematical skills whilst dealing with statistical problems.
- Earn a full A Level at a pace, time and location of your choosing – there is no need to enrol at college. Instead you can study on your own terms.
- Boost your earning potential by up to 10% (compared to those who haven’t studied A Level Mathematics).
Part 1: Pure Mathematics – co-ordinate geometry; quadratic functions; polynomials; further algebraic functions; differentiation 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; integrations 1, 2 and 3; sequences; trigonometry 1,2, 3, and 4; indices and logarithms; series; transformations of functions; algebraic functions; vectors; binomial; series; exponential functions, and proof.
Part 2: Statistics – averages; variation; frequency tables; probability 1 and 2; the binomial distribution; the normal distribution; solving normal distribution problems; correlations; hypothesis testing, and sampling.
Part 3: Mechanics – kinematics; variable acceleration, and forces and Newton’s Laws.
To earn this A Level qualification you will need to complete written assessments based on your studies of Pure Maths, Mechanics and Statistics. Each of these examinations will aim to test your knowledge, and ask you to demonstrate your logic and your problem solving skills when applied to mathematical problems.
Paper 1: this 2 hour written examination carries 33% of the weight of your A Level grade and comprises of short, single mark questions and multi-step problems.
Paper 2: this 2 hour written examination carries 33% of the weight of your A Level grade and comprises of short, single mark questions and multi-step problems.
Paper 3: this 2 hour written examination carries 33% of the weight of your A Level grade and comprises of short, single mark questions and multi-step problems.
You will need to sit the standard A Level examinations in order to complete this course. Information for these dates are available from the AQA website, and will need to be booked by yourself.
There will also be a fee for these examinations separate from the cost of this course.
To enrol onto this course you will be a GSCE grade of B or above in Mathematics as some concepts/knowledge from the GCSE will follow on into the A Level.
Upon completion of this A Level course you will receive an A Level in Mathematics issued by AQA.
From the moment you register onto this course, not only will we provide you with the tools to complete it from the comfort of your own home; you will also be supplied with countless hours of support.
From the advice, feedback and guidance of our personal tutors – who can help to enhance your progression through the use of self-assessment exercises and tutor marked study questions – to the support of our dedicated student support team; at every opportunity they will be happy to lend a helping hand.
No matter the query, their support is only one click away, meaning you never have to struggle or feel along in your studies.
You will also receive a comprehensive study guide, course pack and course materials – essentially everything you need to achieve success on this course.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is a question that our team are often asked, there are many reasons but here are the main reasons to choose Association of Learning:
- No hidden charges, the price you see includes everything, from VAT, tutoring to certification
- Our average tutor marking time is 3 working days (most providers are 10+)
- We are rated 5/5 for our service on Trustpilot!
- Our courses are up to date. Many providers create course content and fail to keep it up to date.
- We are open later than any other home learning provider
- As many submissions as you need to complete, many providers cap how many times you can submit work
- All courses are fully endorsed by external awarding organisations
- 14 day money back guarantee or course switch.
If you need any more reasons to choose Association of Learning, contact our team!
All students are provided with 12 months to complete their course, however you are able to complete at a faster pace without any additional costs. Some of our students have managed to complete in as little as 3 months!
There are two payment options, pay in full for your course or monthly. Our monthly payment option allows you to spread the cost of your course over a 10 month period.
If you choose to pay using a payment plan, to apply you must be able to answer yes to the following:
- Your billing address is based in the UK
- You have a UK based bank account
- Bill payer must be 18 or above.
No, all of our courses are distance learning which means your tutor will mark your work and send it back to you via email or by using our online portal.