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The final assessment opportunity this qualification (H133) 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 Core Maths qualifications, designed to enable learners to strengthen the mathematical knowledge and skills which they have learnt at GCSE so that they can apply them to the problems which they will encounter in further study, life and employment.
This qualification is for all post-16 students who have achieved a grade C (or better) in GCSE Mathematics.
The key aim is to provide students using maths in Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Geography, IT or Psychology with the skills needed to solve mathematical problems arising in their other subjects, employment and everyday life.
Students can either take a 60 guided learning hour course, Introduction to Quantitative Methods, earning a Level 3 certificate, or progress to take a full AS Level in Quantitative Methods. The AS Level is attained when the unit Introduction to Quantitative Methods is combined with Decision 1 and Statistics 1 from the GCE Mathematics (MEI) suite.
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