A Level Maths Articles
Aspiring teachers all over England and Wales are subjected to a Maths test which they have to pass in order to be able to train and become a qualified teacher.
The new A Level Maths course was first introduced in 2017 being the last A Level to be reformed and it is quite a shake up from the old A Level. Students previously had the 4 core Maths modules with the choice of two optional modules and what most schools did was choose for the students to ensure they had the teaching expertise to deliver the modules.
At Maths Made Easy we have spoken with a number of students who use our Maths, English and Science resources to see what their New Year’s resolutions are in relation to studying and preparing for exams. The following are our top 5 New Year’s resolutions for students who are studying for exams in the New Year.
At Maths Made Easy we understand that the festive season is a mixed time for students. Those in year 11, 12 and 13 may have already had some mock exams and you are looking forward to your Christmas break but others have mocks coming up in the New Year and will therefore be revising over Christmas.
The 22nd of November was a significant day with the chancellor, Phillip Hammond releasing the new budget. Although there was no direct additional funding for schools there is an incentive for schools to encourage more people to select A Level Maths.
At Maths Made Easy we have recently uploaded many new A Level Maths revision worksheets for the 2017 syllabus. You can also access revision resources for the old A Level Maths course including the AQA A Level Maths past papers and much, much more.