Grade 4 in GCSE Mathematics.
Two external examination papers which are equally weighted.
- Analysis of Data
- Maths for Personal Finance
- Critical Analysis of Given Data and Models (including Spreadsheets and Tabular)
- The Normal Distribution
- Probabilities and Estimation
- Correlation and Regression
Core Mathematics is a new course but already several universities have come out in strong support of it. Even subjects like history now recognise the importance of statistics and so a Core Mathematics qualification will help you hit the ground running at university. Employers from all different sectors are also firmly behind the Core Mathematics qualification. Many roles in today’s workplace require high levels of budget management and problem-solving skills; Core Mathematics will be a useful tool in equipping you with these skills. Students who study Maths after GCSE improve their career choices and increase their earning potential.
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