Studying Maths has never been as important as it is today. It is the foundation of all the sciences and anyone aiming to study a scientific subject at university should consider it. It is also one of the most sought after subjects by employers in any field. But most importantly, it is interesting, challenging and fun! At Tallis, our enthusiastic teaching team has an excellent record of success over many years in preparing students to succeed at Maths and Further Maths A-level.
In recent years we’ve placed students at Cambridge University, Oxford University, Warwick University and at Imperial College for mathematics, so we have a good record at getting the best out of our mathematicians. If you’re interested in taking STEP papers for Oxbridge entrance and the like, we offer coaching from Oxbridge and Imperial maths undergraduates in addition to high-quality teaching from experienced staff. We know maths is a challenging subject. We ask our students to take an algebra test to confirm their suitability prior to joining the course and to complete some initial assessments in the first few weeks. If you don’t pass these tests, you will not be able to continue with A-level Maths - we want you to pick subjects at which you’ll succeed. A-level mathematics students focus on pure mathematics, mechanics and statistics. Further Maths students must also study A-level Mathematics and their course also includes harder problems and topics in pure maths, statistics, mechanics and decision maths. Maths students are expected to be able to use technology to support their learning, as well as to handle and solve problems involving large data sets. The subject has a strong emphasis on modelling, problem-solving and reasoning. To be a successful mathematician you need to be logical, persistent, and hard-working.
For those of you who just missed your C at GCSE we also offer a GCSE Maths retake course.
For those of you interested in Applied Maths but not on the A level Maths course, we offer a two-year Mathematical Studies qualification which is worth the same as an AS-level.
Tallis Maths 16+ web page