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• You enjoyed Maths at GCSE and want to take the step up
• You enjoy the challenge of solving tricky problems
• You like approaching questions creatively
• You're ready to work hard
The breadth of the applicability of Mathematics is enormous, and for a large number of degree courses an A Level in Mathematics is an essential qualification. For many careers it is the ability to explain complicated concepts clearly to a non-mathematical audience that is in demand. Some examples of maths related courses to study at university include: Engineering, Physics, Economics, Geography, Biology and Computer Science. The list is endless!
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The alumnae below studied Maths at Wimbledon High – read where it took them in their profiles below: