Do you need Further Maths for chemistry?

You won’t need further maths, even for the most mathematically heavy courses – the maths that you need above A-level gets taught as part of your course. The more advanced topics are not covered in further maths A-level, either.

Can you get an A * in Further Maths?

Yes, we have no problem with students taking the full Maths A-level in Year 12 and will count the A* achieved as going towards your conditional offer. We would then make you an offer based on you taking Further Maths in Year 13 (as a full A-level) and one other A-level.

What can I do with maths physics and chemistry?

Career Information for Careers Involving Math and Physics

  • Mathematicians. Mathematicians can work and apply various kinds of math to a large variety of fields, including physics.
  • Chemical Engineers.
  • Civil Engineers.
  • Physicists.
  • Biochemists and Biophysicists.
  • Aerospace Engineers.

Is further math hard?

A-Level Further Maths is possibly the hardest A-Level out there. It’s a huge step up from A-Level Maths, and even GCSE Further Maths. The workload is immense, and the content is intensely difficult. You need an extremely good head for maths, and you need to be adept with concepts of both A-Level and GCSE Maths.

What is the hardest A-Level?

According to SnapRevise, the hardest A-Level subjects to study are:

  1. Modern foreign languages.
  2. Further maths.
  3. History.
  4. Physics.
  5. English literature.
  6. Chemistry.
  7. Maths.
  8. Psychology.

How hard is it to get an A * in Further Maths?

A-Level Further Maths is considered to be one of the hardest A-Levels out there, if not the hardest. You should only be applying for this subject if you are the most able mathematician. Its little brother, A-Level Maths, is also quite hard. The only difference in average requirements for these courses is 1 GCSE grade.

What should I study if I like physics?

A career in physics. When deciding a career in physics, you should identify whether your area of interest lies in theory and research-based study or in practical applications.

  • Research.
  • Space and Astronomy.
  • Engineering.
  • Energy Sector.
  • Meteorology and Geophysics.
  • Is step harder than further maths?

    As most students don’t cover these more tricky applied modules, we at STEP Maths recommend that students devote a higher proportion of their preparation time to the Pure Maths questions. However, as STEP III contains more challenging topics anyway, it would be considered by most as the hardest paper by far.