Level 3 schemes of work
Level 3 (Advanced) courses are suitable for students who wish to pursue practical and relevant courses in mathematics to the same level as traditional GCE A-level mathematics.
FSMQs are equivalent in size to one-sixth of a full A-level and can be taken as separate qualifications to support the mathematical content of many other courses such as Biology, Psychology, Geography, Business Studies, or BTECs.
FSMQs can be combined with other units to give an
AQA AS or A-level in Use of Mathematics.
AQA are running two sets of courses - Legacy and Pilot – both of which are currently accredited until June 2014. Legacy FSMQs are the original FSMQs introduced in 2000. Pilot FSMQs and a full A-level in Use of Mathematics were introduced in 2009. Any centres wanting to take part in the pilot should contact AQA. More about the legacy and pilot courses.
These schemes of work summarise what is required for the AQA qualifications and give links to resources.
For all matters related to the specifications and the assessment you should refer to information from AQA.
Schemes of work
L3 (legacy) FSMQ Working with algebraic and graphical techniques
L3 (legacy) FSMQ Modelling with calculus
L3 (legacy) FSMQ Using and applying decision maths
L3 (legacy) FSMQ Using and applying statistics
L3 (pilot) Algebra (cannot be taken as a separate FSMQ)
L3 (pilot) FSMQ Data analysis
L3 (pilot) FSMQ Hypothesis testing
L3 (pilot) FSMQ Decision maths
L3 (pilot) FSMQ Dynamics
L3 (pilot) FSMQ Mathematical principles for personal finance
L3 (pilot) FSMQ Calculus