Every year A-Level students are under pressure to achieve high grades in their exams. Quality Learning provides qualified teachers to prepare students for A-Level Mathematics and succeed.
Searching for private tutors in London is difficult which is why at Quality Learning we offer qualified tutors who have experience to help A-Level Maths students. Our tutors provide advice on how to achieve top grades in A-Level Maths and work on students’ weaknesses.
A-Level Mathematics is studied after completing GCSE Mathematics. A-Level Maths consists of Core Maths and Mechanics, Statistics or Decision Maths.
Students complete three modules during AS-Level Maths. Core Maths (C1 and C2) are the two core units and students take one more unit; Statistics (S1), Mechanics (M1) or Decision Maths (D1).
For A2-Level Maths, students complete another three modules. A-Level Maths students typically do the four main modules (C1, C2, C3 and C4) alongside two modules from Mechanics, Statistics or Decision Maths.
Students choosing to do mainly Statistics will do:
Core Maths (C1, C2, C3 and C4) and Statistics (S1 and S2)
Students choosing to do mainly Mechanics will do:
Core Maths (C1, C2, C3 and C4) and Statistics (M1 and M2)
However, students can choose the following combinations:
Core Maths (C1, C2, C3 and C4), Statistics (S1) and Mechanics (M1)
Core Maths (C1, C2, C3 and C4), Statistics (S1) and Decision Maths (D1)
Core Maths covers the main mathematics concepts including algebra, graphs, differentiation and integration.
Students interested in Physics or Engineering usually choose Mechanics.
Students will cover information from surveys and look at data from graphs.
Decision Maths consists of real life problems which students will learn how to solve.
Students will be taught various topics and must take Core Maths.
OCR, Edexcel, AQA
Benefits of A-LevelMathematics Tuition:
- Develop exam techniques
- Work on weak areas
- Gain confidence
- Learn background information for higher-level exam questions
- Improve problem solving skills