Statistics A Level

Statistics A Level

Dive into the fascinating world of data analysis, probability and research methodologies with our new Statistics A level course. Statistics A Level empowers students to address real-world problems and derive significant insights from everyday phenomena. This course builds on your GCSE knowledge to develop confidence in performing calculations to interpret quantitative data and draw sensible conclusions.

Students will develop a solid foundation in statistical analysis, preparing them for further academic pursuits or careers where data interpretation and critical thinking are essential. In particular, this new course is useful for those who will work with data measurement, and for students seeking to pursue a social science or humanities subject further. Subjects which pair especially well with Statistics A Level include, Biology, Psychology, Geography or Economics.

Statistics A Level

Teaching Methods

In the Statistics A Level course, students will benefit from being taught by a dedicated subject specialist who employs hands-on activities and real-world data to illustrate theoretical concepts. Through engaging practical tasks and the analysis of real-world problems, students will learn to collect data and interpret results effectively. The use of online resources, including interactive applets and graphical applications, will highlight statistical patterns, enhancing comprehension of key concepts. Students will develop proficiency in data interrogation and explore statistical relationships through surveys and practical exercises. Ample practice materials, including past papers, will be provided to ensure students are well-prepared to excel in their final examinations.

Where can this course take me?

Statistics A Level provides a strong foundation for pursuing higher education, apprenticeships and employment in fields such as Statistics, Economics, Psychology, Sociology, and more.

The skills gained in Statistics A Level are invaluable in today’s data-driven world, where the ability to interpret and derive meaning from statistical information is crucial. In fact, such skills are highly sought after across various industries such as Finance, Marketing, Healthcare, Research, Data Analysis, Education, Technology and IT, Consulting, to name a few.

Which Maths Course is right for me?

Here is a list of some of the career pathways that studying Mathematics at QMC can lead to, along with a guide to courses that are also a good fit:

Mathematics, Further Maths, Art, Physics

A level Mathematics, Further Maths, Physics, Computing, Electronics, Chemistry, Biology

Mathematics/Computer Science:
Mathematics, Further Maths, Physics, Computer Science

Environmental Science:
Mathematics, Statistics, Geography, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science

Mathematics, Further Maths, Statistics, Economics, Politics, History, Geography, Sociology, Psychology, Core Maths

Biology, Mathematics, Statistics, Chemistry, Core Maths

Mathematics, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computing, Electronics, Statistics

Business, Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, Geography, Psychology, PE, Media, IT

Mathematics, Core Maths, Statistics, Business, Economics

Extra-Curricular Enrichment Opportunities

There are plenty of opportunities at QMC to supplement your studies. As a Statistics student, you will be able to engage in various activities during your time in college. Amongst a wide variety of extra-curricular opportunities, these particular enrichments complement Statistics A Level:

  • Maths in Action
  • Personal Finance
  • Minecraft Madness
  • Scrabble Club
  • Cross Stitch
  • Cipher Club

View more enrichment opportunities here.