## AQA AS Level Further Mathematics (7366)

The assessment of the AQA AS Level Further Maths is based on written papers that are outlined below. This qualification is linear meaning that students will sit all their exams in one examination series at the end of the course.

Compulsory content that all students must study are:

- Mathematical argument, language and proof
- Mathematical problem solving
- Mathematical modelling

Students must also study *two* of the following options:

*Optional*application 1 – mechanics*Optional*application 2 – statistics*Optional*application 3 – discrete

AQA AS Further Mathematics (7366)

Paper 1 will count for 50% of the overall AS grade and will be 1 hour 30 minutes in duration.

There are a possible maximum of 80 marks.

The following *may* be assessed:

- A: Proof
- B: Complex numbers
- C: Matrices
- D: Further Algebra and Functions
- E: Further Calculus
- F: Further Vectors
- G: Polar coordinates
- H: Hyperbolic functions

AQA AS Further Mathematics (7366)

There are *three *possible Paper 2 options. Each option will count for a *total* 50% of the overall AS grade and will be a *total* 1 hour 30 minutes in duration. There are a possible maximum of 80 marks from a mix of question styles, from short, single-mark questions to multi-step problems.

Paper 2 *options* are as follows:

One question paper answer booklet on **Discrete** and One question paper answer booklet on **Statistics**.

*or*

One question paper answer booklet on** Statistics**, one question paper answer booklet on **Mechanics.**

*or*

One question paper answer booklet on **Mechanics** and one question paper answer booklet on **Discrete.**

## AQA Year 1 and AS Level Further Maths Books (7366)

## AQA A Level Further Mathematics (7367)

The assessment for this Further Maths syllabus is based on written papers that are outlined below. This qualification is linear meaning that students will sit all their exams in one examination series at the end of the course.

Compulsory content that all students must study are:

- Mathematical argument, language and proof
- Mathematical problem solving
- Mathematical modelling

Students must also study *two* of the following options:

*Optional*application 1 – mechanics*Optional*application 2 – statistics*Optional*application 3 – discrete

AQA A Level Further Mathematics (7367)

Paper 1 will count for 33% of the overall A Level grade and will be 2 hours in duration.

Content will include: Proof, Complex numbers, Matrices, Further Algebra and Functions, Further Calculus, Further Vectors, Polar coordinates, Hyperbolic functions, Differential equations, Trigonometry, Numerical Methods.

There are a possible maximum of 100 marks from a mix of question styles, from short, single-mark questions to multi-step problems.

AQA A Level Further Mathematics (7367)

Paper 2 will count for 33% of the overall A Level grade and will be 2 hours in duration.

Content will include: Proof, Complex numbers, Matrices, Further Algebra and Functions, Further Calculus, Further Vectors, Polar coordinates, Hyperbolic functions, Differential equations, Trigonometry, Numerical Methods.

There are a possible maximum of 100 marks from a mix of question styles, from short, single-mark questions to multi-step problems.

AQA A Level Further Mathematics (7366)

There are *three *possible Paper 3 options. Each option will count for a *total* 33% of the overall A Level grade and will be a *total* 2 hours in duration. There are a possible maximum of 100 marks from a mix of question styles, from short, single-mark questions to multi-step problems.

Paper 3 *options* are as follows:

One question paper answer booklet on **Discrete** and One question paper answer booklet on **Statistics**.

*or*

One question paper answer booklet on** Statistics**, one question paper answer booklet on **Mechanics.**

*or*

One question paper answer booklet on **Mechanics** and one question paper answer booklet on **Discrete.**