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The final assessment opportunity these qualifications (3890-3892, 7890-7892) will be summer 2018. Resits will be available in summer 2019.
Learn about resit arrangements for ‘legacy’ GCSEs, AS and A Levels
Our AS/A Level Mathematics provision is changing. New AS/A Level qualifications in Mathematics and Further Mathematics are being developed for first teaching from September 2017. To find out more visit our new qualification pages below.
You may also be interested in our new Level 3 Core Maths qualifications. These are designed to enable learners to strengthen their mathematical knowledge and skills gained at GCSE. Learners can use and apply these skills to problems they may encounter in further study, life and future employment.
The scheme is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of candidates and there are numerous combinations of units giving rise to a very flexible system. It caters for candidates who may only wish to take three units in order to broaden their study or support other subjects. Equally, it is ideal for candidates who wish to focus on mathematics and take six, nine or 12 units.
Find out how the Extended Project Qualification could relate to your subject
Answer sheet for the sketching curves whodunnit lesson element.
This lesson element can be used by teachers to support the delivery of the curve sketching element of the qualification.
The guide provides a general introduction to the differences in the two models (linear versus modular) across GCSE and A level and the impact on you as a teaching professional.