Edexcel A Level Further Maths
Features of our Online Further Maths A Level Course
Online Study Guru offers an unrivalled online study program for A levels delvered by experienced teachers with examining experience and proven results in their subject area.
All teachers are fully qualified with extensive experience delivering A Level Further Maths achieving results that consistently place their students in the top 20% national performance.
Students will be scheduled to receive two 90 minute live lessons delivered by zoom to replicate the interactive classroom. Content will be delivered and your questions answered in real time. Weekly assignments will be marked and detailed individual feedback given every half term based on a timed assessment to report on your progress.
Class size 15 students Max
Class size 40 students Max
No live classes
Online Further Maths A Level Course Description
Online Further Maths A Level Key concepts covered include:
Paper 4: Further Mathematics Option 2
What can the subject prepare me for?
Students who study Mathematics at A level often go on to pursue a wide range of careers. There are the obvious ones, e.g. careers in Mathematics, Medicine, Engineering, Sciences (of all types: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Bio-Chemistry etc.). Other options include Actuarial Finance, Accountancy, Computing, Statistics, Economics etc. However regardless of what career you pursue, an A level in Mathematics tells future employers that you have the ability to succeed at a challenging subject, and that you have many life skills, such as logical thinking, tenacity, a high work ethic, the ability to absorb, condense and logically present vast amounts of information that are transferable to any facet of life.
Further Mathematics qualifications are prestigious and are strongly welcomed by universities. Students that study Further Mathematics are really demonstrating a strong commitment to their studies, as well as learning mathematics that is very useful for any maths-related degree (this covers a very wide range of academic areas – engineering, sciences, computing, finance/economics, etc. as well as mathematics itself).