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Level 3 Certificate in Quantitative Problem Solving

Science and Mathematics

Science and Mathematics
Science and Mathematics
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Alternative Title Core Maths
Code H867
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

This qualification is designed to support post-16 learners with the mathematical and statistical needs of their further study of other subjects, as well as for employment and everyday life. The needs of learners preparing for a variety of technical and professional roles are met through learning about mathematical modelling, costing, risk and the use of spreadsheets. Financial problem solving is a part of the qualification; this is important for all learners, irrespective of their future ambitions.

Key Outcomes:

• Sound understanding of mathematical concepts, skills and techniques from GCSE and beyond

• Fluency in procedural skills, common problem solving skills and strategies

• Confidence in applying mathematical and statistical thinking and reasoning in a range of new and unfamiliar contexts to solve real-life problems

• Competency in interpreting and explaining solutions of problems in context

Component 1 - Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning

Component 2 - Statistical Problem Solving


Details

This course will be taught in a group with two teachers. You will be expected to make an active contribution to whatever you are working on, whether it be a group-based or solo based piece of work: assignments will include both written work and research. Students will be expected to participate in class discussions and share their research with the group. 

How will it be delivered?

This is a one year course and will be assessed at the end of the academic year.

Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning - 2 hour written paper. Statistical Problem Solving - 2 hour written paper


Entry requirements

Ideally students must have a grade 5 or above but grade 4s who have studied the higher GCSE will be considered on an individual basis, this will be established on interview. 

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