Mathematics influences everyday lives, from analysing statistics in medical research, to designing safe structures and vehicles, to encrypting personal data to be transmitted securely across the internet. Students who study both Maths and Further Maths mainly progress to degree courses in Mathematics, Engineering, Physics and Computing, although mathematical techniques are applied in many university courses and careers including Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Architecture, Business and Finance. Statisticians are in demand across society, from government to business and industry, as well as medical research and healthcare.

  • Mathematics is ideal for those who enjoy using algebra to solve problems.
  • Statistics will appeal to those who want to study a numerate subject but don’t want to study lots of Pure Maths
  • Further Mathematics extends and deepens knowledge and understanding beyond the standard A Level Mathematics syllabus.

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