Mathematics and Related Subjects GCE A/AS
GCE Mathematics C1 to C4 and FP1 to FP3 Examiners' Report Summer 2017Download
GCE Mathematics M1 to M4 and S1 to S3 Examiners' Report Summer 2017Download
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A-Level qualifications with the following titles are available as an appropriate combination of units.
- Further Mathematics
- Pure Mathematics
Full details of the allowed combinations of units are contained in the specification.
From summer 2010, an A* will be available in A-level Mathematics, A-level Further Mathematics and A-level Pure Mathematics.
Candidates will need to obtain at least 480 UMS in total, and:
- in A-level Mathematics, a total of at least 180 UMS in C3 and C4
- in A-level Further Mathematics, a total of at least 270 UMS in the best three of M2, M3, S2, S3, FP2 and FP3 used in the award of A-level Further Mathematics
- in A-level Pure Mathematics, a total of at least 270 UMS in C4, FP1 and FP2.
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