This change will affect prospective applicants currently in Year 12 or equivalent who will be sitting the MAT in October
This change will affect prospective applicants currently in Year 12 or equivalent who will be sitting the MAT in October In order to reflect the new syllabus of AS-level Mathematics, we will be removing the following topics from the syllabus: We will be adding the following topics to the syllabus: As such, if there is flexibility in when a teacher is covering sequences and series, we would recommend that students are taught this material either at the end of year 12 or at the beginning of year Mathematics past papers 2014 prior to October half-term.
Please contact us for feedback and comments about this page. Last update on 16 July - Key dates 15th October6pm BST: You need to have registered for the MAT by this time and date late registrations are not accepted.
In order to register, please follow the instructions on the Admissions Testing Service website. Please note that you must sit the MAT in a registered test centre. Your school or college can register, but this takes a minimum of 24 hours. All applicants for Maths and its joint schools must sit the test on this date, otherwise your application will not be considered further.
After this you may ask for feedback from the college you applied to, including what MAT score you achieved.
The Admissions Test is set with the aim of being approachable by all students, including those without Further Mathematics A-level, and those from other educational systems e. Baccalaureate and Scottish Highers.
It aims to test the depth of mathematical understanding of a student in the fourth term of their A-levels or equivalent rather than a breadth of knowledge. How to register for the MAT You will sit the test in either your school or a local test centre.
Any school can register to become a test centre, following the instructions on the Admissions Testing Service website.
Please note that schools must apply to become new test centres by the 30th September. The school must then register you for the test via the Entries Extranet.
Although your school has to do this, it is your responsibility to make sure your school knows which test you should be sitting.
If your school is unable to register to become a test centre, you will have to sit the test at a local test centre. You can use the Find a Test Centre service to locate eligible test centres nearby.
The registration deadline for applicants is 6pm BST, on the 15th October Please note that we cannot consider late registrations, and if you do not register to sit the MAT we cannot consider your application further.Past papers, mark schemes and examiners' reports for Edexcel A Level maths, unit S1.
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