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Further Maths Course Information

A Level from September 2016 Only

A New Specification for a Linear Course Will Start From 2017


Prerequisites :

GCSE Grade A*. A at teacher’s discretion

Good Subject Combinations:

Physics, Chemistry Economics, Business Studies, Accounting, ICT, Biology and Computing

Possible Career Pathways:

Accounting, Finance, Teaching, Statistical work, Engineering, Computing, Management.  Entrance into top Universities for Mathematics and Non/Mathematics courses.


  • Course runs alongside single Maths (Statistics)
  • 6 modules of equal value
  • 3 modules in Year 12  - FP1, M1, M2
  • 3 modules in Year 13 - FP2, D1, S3 to gain A2 (there is flexibility for other combinations)
  • You will have 10 hours of teaching time per week ( including 5 hours for single maths )


Reasons to take Further Maths

1. Top Universities prefer students who have taken AS or A2 Further Mathematics.  It sets you apart from the crowd.  Imperial College: “We recommend you take Maths and Further Maths as competition for places is intense”.

2. They often give a lower offer onto a course, i.e. if it is AAA onto a course at Queen Mary Westfield it would be AAB, or even ABB at the University of York.

3. Some Universities offer a cash scholarship of up to £500 for each “A” Grade in Maths or Further Maths.

All Students must also choose Single Mathematics/Statistics preferably from the A Block


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