We recommend using a mixture of past paper questions and revision resources for success in your A Levels. We've split the resources into different exam board for ease of use, but there is a lot of crossover so don't limit yourself if you're in need of some extra resources. 

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 AQA  -  Edexcel  -  MEI  -  OCR 


AQA

Videos:

  • Exam Solutions Videos - These videos are clear and concise, and are very helpfully split into papers and then topics. 

  • These 'essentials' pages by physicsandmathstutor.com brush over everything you need to know in one page. We expect that these would be most useful in the last stages of revision

Notes:

  • Thechalkface.net have produced Not-Formula Books - quite literally books of information that won't be included in your formula book in the exam.

  • These summary notes, made by mathsbox.org.uk offer worked examples that would be very helpful when working through past papers

  • Thephysicsandmathstutor.com has made really helpful checklists so you can check that you've covered every topic that may come up in the exam

  • The Further Mathematics Network have revision sheets that would be useful to print out and stick on your wall if you like working with visual aids

Papers:

  • AQA have all the past papers from the last 5 years available on their website, alongside some practice papers and exemplar answers


Edexcel

Videos:

  • Exam Solutions Videos -  These videos are clear and concise, and are very helpfully split into papers and then topics. 

  • Hegarty Maths - This website requires you to make an account (it's free!) but once you've done that the resources are very useful. He does have a YouTube channel if you'd prefer to use that but it's a little harder to navigate. 

Notes:

  • These booklets of notes by Simon Baxter are very detailed and a great reference tool:

  • These notes from m4ths.com are more concise, so probably more suited to a revision aid (once you've got the hang of all of the content)

  • Physicsandmathstutor.com also has some short but sweet revision sheets that also include exam tips

  • The Further Mathematics Network have revision sheets that would be useful to print out and stick on your wall if you like working with visual aids

Papers:

  • Edexcel have all of their Past Papers listed on their website

  • Also take a look at these Extension Practice Papers for a little extra practice:


MEI

Videos:

  • Exam Solutions Videos - These videos are clear and concise, and are very helpfully split into papers and then topics

Notes:

  • Jon Stone's comprehensive revision notes cover every topic, with explanations and examples, on the following papers:

  • The Further Mathematics Network also provide detailed notes for a few papers, that we think would be particularly suited to visual learners as they are quite interestingly laid out. 

Papers:

  • MEI have past papers for every module from the last 10 years or so on the resources page of their website


OCR

Videos:

  • Exam Solutions Videos - These videos are clear and concise, and are very helpfully split into papers and then topics

Notes:

  • Jon Stone's comprehensive revision notes cover every topic, with explanations and examples, on the following papers:

  • Mathsmadeeasy.co.uk have made condensed down two-page spreads of 'key points' for each exam:

  • The Further Mathematics Network also provide detailed notes for a few papers, that we think would be particularly suited to visual learners as they are quite interestingly laid out

Papers:

  • All of the OCR past papers can be found here on their website, with mark schemes and examiners reports to help you spot your mistakes.