The AMSP has published a range of literature to support students in choosing which post-16 maths qualification is best for them. Downloadable versions of these items are available below.
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The AMSP has also published a range of literature for teachers.
Discover the advanced maths qualification that’s best for you
Studying a post-16 maths qualification is a fantastic choice because of the wide range of applications of the subject. If you gain a good pass in GCSE Mathematics by the end of Year 11 you should consider taking maths further. This document explores the post-16 maths qualifications available to help you decide which one is best for you.
Find out how Core Maths can help you on your chosen career path
Confidence with maths is really useful for a wide range of careers, especially when it comes to using data, which is now being used so widely. This document explores how skills you learn from a Core Maths qualification can help you in further study and the workplace.
Explore the different types of admissions tests for mathematics degrees
Lots of universities actively encourage applicants to take a maths admissions test, even if it’s not actually required for the course. This guide covers the different types of university admissions tests, and showcases further support available from the AMSP if you’re interested in sitting any of them.
Studying Core Maths develops quantitative skills that will support your other courses
A series of postcards and posters which demonstrate how the skills learned studying Core Maths support the quantitative aspects of studying for other qualifications.
Studying maths at A level will support your future study and career
These postcards outline the benefits of choosing A level Mathematics, on its own or along with A level Further Mathematics, to supporting you with future study and career options.
Studying maths beyond GCSE increases your career prospects
This postcard explains how studying maths beyond GCSE helps you develop key skills that employers are looking for.