# Year 12

Term 1

Pure (AS) Algebra & Functions

Stats (AS) Statistical Sampling

Stats (AS) Data presentation and interpretation

Mech (AS) Quantities and units in mechanics

Mech (AS) Kinematics 1 (constant acceleration)

Term 2

Pure (AS) Coordinate geometry in the (x,y) plane

Pure (AS) Further Algebra

Stats (AS) Data presentation and interpretation

Mech (AS) Kinematics 1 (constant acceleration)

Term 3

Pure (AS) Trigonometry

Pure (AS) Vectors (2D)

Stats (AS) Probability

Stats (AS) Statistical distributions

Mech (AS) Forces & Newton’s laws

Term 4 and 5

Pure (AS) Differentiation

Pure (AS) Integration

Stats (AS) Statistical Hypothesis testing

Mech (AS) Forces & Newton’s laws

Pure (AS) Exponentials and logarithms

Mech (AS) Kinematics 2 (Variable acceleration)

Revision (AS Level)

Formal Examination (AS Level)

 Course Content Pure Maths 1 & 2 These modules include Proof, Algebra (heavy content), Functions, Coordinate Geometry, Sequences & Series, Trigonometry,  Logarithms, Differentiation/Integration, Vectors   Statistics  This module includes sampling, data, probability, statistical distribution, hypothesis and working with a meteorological data set.   Mechanics  This module comprises of Forces, Moments, Kinematics   Further Maths Further Pure Maths 1 & 2- as A Level but more in depth study You then also do: ·         Further Statistics ·         Further Mechanics · Examination Details 100% exam at the end of the course Pure Maths 1 – 2 hours (100 marks) Pure Maths 2 – 2 hours (100 marks) Statistics and Mechanics – 2 hours (100 Marks)* *Section A – Statistics *Section B – Mechanics   Further Maths 4 exams – 1.5 hours (75 marks) Career Pathways Actuary, Accountant, Statistician, Stockbroker, Engineer, Meteorologist, Quantity Surveyor, Software Tester, Analyst, Market Researcher, Space /Aircraft Industry, Banking.   University Courses e.g. Computer Science, Chemistry, Biology and Life Sciences, Medicine/Nursing, Dentistry, Business Management Studies, Finance, Architecture, Geology, Maths. Highly sought after in degrees e.g. Psychology and Geography Entry Criteria Grade 6 in GCSE is desired for A Level maths and a Grade 7 in GCSE maths is desired to study Further maths.