We will work on Probability Concepts.
This adds several more tools for calculating more complex probability probabilities than you have so far. It leads on from Level 2 Probability, overlapping quite a bit but asking more complex problems and asks you to relate your answers much more to the real life context.
You should have at least a scientific calculator. You could do this course if you haven't done Level 2 maths but you really must have done Level 1 Algebra, Graphs and Chance and Data and be prepared for a lot of extra homework to be able to jump a level.
The exam is external and worth 4 credits.