The International A Level Mathematics course is spread out over two years with the possibility for an Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level or Advanced (A) Level qualification.
For the AS Level qualification you have to take three units - two compulsory units of Pure Mathematics, and one of either Mechanics, Statistics or Decision Mathematics.
For the A Level qualification you have to take six units - four of Pure Mathematics, and two as a combination of Mechanics, Statistics and Decision Mathematics.
The Pearson Edexcel International A Level qualification in Mathematics offers external assessment for each of the 9 possible units of study.
AS Level: Three units of 1 hour and 30 minutes each A Level: Six units of 1 hour and 30 minutes each
External assessment offered three times a year for each of the nine units.
AS Level | 3 units of 75 marks each A Level | 6 units of 75 marks each