This qualification consists of three units and an external exam. Each of the units counts as a qualification in its own right (they are called National Units), so even if you don't pass the whole course you still get credit for the units you have successfully achieved.
There are two prelim examinations. The first covers the subjects from Units 1 and 2. The other covers the subjects from Unit 3 and is complete if your previous Prelim is successful.
The afternoon examination is in May. This is set by SQA and you sit it at the same time as all students in Scotland.
Please note that this course will run for 1 evening per week until the 2nd semester and then it will run for 2 evenings per week.
Functions and Graphs
Polynomials and Quadratics
Exponentials and Logarithms
The Wave Function
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