Do you know your polar coordinates from your hyperbolic functions? Your vectors from your matrices? If you have a love for all things mathematical and the skills and patience to solve complex problems, then our AQA accredited Further Mathematics A-level is the course for you. With the unlimited support and guidance of your personal tutor, you’ll learn to construct and present mathematical arguments through diagrams, graphs, and symbols, develop your understanding of modelling assumptions, solve quadratic equations with real coefficients, and much more.
What’s more, you’ll be able to study at your own pace, using a variety of engaging learning methods to keep studying fun. Mathematics is incredibly useful for those who wish to proceed to university to study subjects such as medicine, engineering, or economics, as well as highly valued by employers in many sectors such as accountancy, quantity surveying, astronomy, and computer science.
Further Maths A-Level broadens your ability to understand complex topics and problem solve at an advanced level.
If you don’t pass the first time, we’ll support you to the next exam for free
Access to our Country-wide network of exam centres (guaranteed exam venue)
Get as much help and support as you want from your personal course tutor via email and phone.
The AQA qualifications are internationally recognised and taught in 30 countries around the world, highly valued by employers and universities and enable young people to progress to the next stage of their lives. AQA qualifications suit a range of abilities and include GCSEs, IGCSEs and A-levels.
You should allow for between 300 and 360 hours of study time plus additional time for completing assignments.
Our course is delivered via our online learning platform as this provides learners with a dynamic and engaging experience. Don’t worry, if you prefer, you can print the learning materials yourself. The learning resources are in a range of different media including videos, quizzes, and interactive activities.
Your course will run for a period of up to 24 months from the date of enrolment. You will receive your login details to our MyOxbridge portal, where you’ll find all your learning materials.
You can enrol now for examinations from Summer 2022.
For this course, you’ll be required to complete three standard A-level exams:
We provide a guaranteed exam space in one of our exam centres around the country, to take away the hassle of needing to find your own. Check where your closest exam centre is.
During your course, you’ll be required to complete various assignments. These do not contribute towards your final grade but provide you with an opportunity to submit work to your tutor for marking and feedback. This will help you to monitor your progress and will be used to produce predicted grades if needed.
Upon successful completion of this home learning course, you will receive an A-Level in Further Mathematics, issued by AQA. Your certificate is identical to that issued to students at any other school, college or university.
This syllabus (7367) has been chosen specifically because it is the best suited to distance learning.
Official Qualification Title - Further Maths A-Level
Difficulty - Level 3
Entry requirements - It is strongly recommended that you have studied Mathematics to GCSE (e.g. Grades 6-9 or B-A*) or equivalent level before starting this course. You must already have an A-Level in Maths or be studying A-Level Maths alongside Further Maths. Further Maths isn't available as a separate course because the content involved follows a particular order in relation to A-Level Maths. If you intend to study both A-Level Maths and A-Level Further Maths with Oxbridge, we can guide you as to which topics you will need to cover.
UCAS Points - 56
In this unit, you’ll be studying:
• Complex numbers
• The Argand diagram
• Matrices and transformations
• Roots of polynomials
• Sequences and series
• Proof of induction
• Matrices and their inverses
• Complex numbers and geometry
• Vectors and 3D space.
In unit two, you’ll be studying:
• How to recognise the underlying mathematical structure in a situation, and simplify and abstract appropriately
• How to construct extended arguments to solve problems presented in an unstructured form
• How to interpret and communicate solutions in the context of the original problem
• How to understand the concept of a mathematical problem-solving cycle
• How to interpret and extract information from diagrams and construct mathematical diagrams to solve problems.
In unit three, you’ll be studying:
• How to translate a situation in context into a mathematical model, making simplifying assumptions
• How to use a mathematical model with suitable inputs to engage with and explore situations
• How to interpret the outputs of a mathematical model in the context of the original situation
• How to understand that a mathematical model can be re-defined by considering its outputs and simplifying assumptions
• How to understand and use modelling assumptions.
In unit four, you’ll be studying:
• Complex numbers
• Further algebra and functions
• Further calculus
• Further vectors
• Polar coordinates
• Hyperbolic functions
• Differential equations
• Numerical methods
In unit five, you’ll be studying:
• Dimensional analysis
• Momentum and collisions
• Work, energy, and power
• Circular motion
• Centres of mass and moments.
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Yes. there will be additional fees for your exams that are payable to the centre upon booking Your personal tutor can provide more details.
It is strongly recommended that you have studied Mathematics to GCSE (e.g. Grades 6-9 or B-A*) or equivalent level before starting this course. You must already have an A-Level in Maths or be studying A-Level Maths alongside Further Maths. Further Maths isn't available as a separate course because the content involved follows a particular order in relation to A-Level Maths. If you intend to study both A-Level Maths and A-Level Further Maths with Oxbridge, we can guide you as to which topics you will need to cover.
Yes! You study the same curriculum, take the same examinations and get the same qualification. The only difference is that the course is specially designed to be studied from home in your own time.
You will have access to your personal tutor, via email, who will mark your assignments and guide you through the course to help you get ready for your examinations. In addition, you will be supplied with a comprehensive Study Guide that will help you through the study and assessment process. Your personal tutor will be highly experienced in their subject area and qualified to teach.
You will need to pay separately for your final examinations. Additional texts may also need to be purchased to supplement your learning on the course.
This course is self-contained so no additional textbooks are required. Where there are required additional text books, we include this as free eBooks.
We are able to offer places at partnership exam centres across the UK for our students, therefore, guaranteeing an exam venue. If you choose to find your own exam centre, you can, you will need to register with them as an external or private candidate. Fees vary across the country so we recommend enquiring prior to enrolment.
You can study this course from anywhere in the world, but the exams must be taken within the UK.