Sixth form maths
Maths Structure (current Year 12  first of the new syllabus)
All exams are taken in the summer of Year 13.
All exams are taken in the summer of Year 13.
Maths

Maths and Further Maths

Maths Structure (current Year 13  last of the old syllabus)
All exams are taken in the summer of Year 13.
All exams are taken in the summer of Year 13.
A2 Maths

A2 Maths and Further Maths

How to pass your maths A Level
 Complete every question of every exercise. Practice really does make perfect.
 Make sure you are trying past paper questions before every chapter assessment. The exam questions are often much harder than the textbook exercises. If you haven’t tried exam standard questions before an assessment then you are setting yourself up to fail.
 Review your assessments – go through each assessment, making sure you understand exactly how you lost each mark. If you don’t do this you will make the same mistakes every time.
 Read through the mark schemes thoroughly after practising past papers – you need to understand exactly what the examiner is looking for.
 Always show your workings, and where appropriate, units. A Level mark schemes award more marks for workings than for the final answer.
 Start a study timetable from day 1 – plan in time for private study in maths classrooms, as well as any other study time needed. Allocate certain study periods to certain modules to ensure that you are covering the full range of your A Level. Getting into a routine makes it much easier to get the work done.
 Ask your teacher for access to slide packs, revision resources and more.