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Head of Department: Mrs Delport
Mr Faith
Mrs Briggs


GCSE MATHEMATICS

Pupils will be entered for the GCSE specification offered by CCEA. There are 2 exam papers worth 44% and 56% of the final mark. Each paper will be part calculator, part non-calculator. All pupils will sit either paper N3 or N4 at the end of Year 11 and will either 'bank' their result or get an opportunity to repeat at the end of Year 12. It is expected that all pupils will be entered for Higher Level. Pupils in Group 1 will be entered for Additional Mathematics at the end of Year 12. This consists of 2 papers - 1 pure and 1 mechanics and statistics.

GCE MATHEMATICS

AS Mathematics Year 13 consists of 3 modules. C1 and C2 which are both Pure Mathematics and M1 which is Applied Mathematics (Mechanics).

All are examined at the end of Year 13. A2 Mathematics Year 14 consists of 3 modules. C3 (Pure) will be examined in January.

C4 (Pure) and S1 (Statistics) will be examined in June. There is no coursework in either year. It is not necessary to have studied Additional Mathematics but it does help to have done so.

 



 

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