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Maths is your Future Your name

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Quite soon it will be up to you to choose what you study… ….but are you making an informed choice?

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What are your options for mathematics post-16? GCSE Mathematics – keep going to get a good grade Science, Technology, Engineering courses – developing and improving your mathematics skills AS level in Mathematics or Use of Maths – 1- year courses to extend what you have done at GCSE A level Mathematics – 2 year course AS/A level Further Mathematics – extends and broadens the range of mathematical skills and applications

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What do you want out of your future career? I want to enjoy my work I want the opportunity to travel and meet interesting people I want to earn LOADS OF MONEY! I want to do something worthwhile

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Average Hourly Pay Figures from the Office for National Statistics show the median hourly earnings by qualification level in 2010

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Why Maths?

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Studying maths helps develop other skills Logical Skills Analytical Skills Problem Solving Resilience As well as Numeracy

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Versatile Qualification for your Career Prospects Finance-Actuarial Work, Accountancy, Banking Financial Modelling Business- Logistics, Traffic Planning, Project Management, Business Consultancy Statistics- Medical Statistics, Market Research, Government Statistics Teaching/Lecturing

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STEM - New technologies Government forecasts huge shortages of people with STEM skills needed to enter the workforce Computing- Games Design, Internet Security, Programming, Telecommunications © Ironclad Games Corporation Vancouver, BC. You would use: 3D shapes transformations vectors matrices

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Engineering-Aircraft Modelling, Fluid Flows, Acoustic Engineering, Quantity Surveyor, Planner, Electronics, Civil Engineering STEM - New technologies Science -Modelling Populations and Diseases Quantum Physics, Astronomy, Forensics, DNA sequencing

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Security and Encryption GCHQ STEM - New technologies

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It’s hard but you can do well Many people do succeed at A level Maths Data JCQ from 2012 A Level Results SubjectA*/ABCDEU English Law Mathematics Media Studies Psychology Further Maths All Subjects

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Maths has Broad and Varied Options

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