Ace Your Maths A-Levels

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Pass Your A-Level Maths Exams

A-Level Maths revision guides are exactly what you need to confidently study (or teach!) A-level Maths for AQA, Edexcel, OCR, and CIE examination boards.

We cover Pure Mathematics, Probability & Statistics, and Mechanics in detail across 52 chapters. 

Download five full chapters for FREE, which include:

  • Classroom Presentations
  • Revision Notes
  • Mindmaps
  • Quizzes
  • Practice Questions
  • Answer Keys

What's Included?

We’ve created 52 modules covering every Maths topic needed for A level, and each module contains:

  • An editable PowerPoint lesson presentation
  • Editable revision handouts
  • A glossary which covers the key terminologies of the module
  • Topical mind maps for visualising the key concepts
  • Printable flashcards to help students engage active recall and confidence-based repetition
  • A quiz with accompanying answer key to test knowledge and understanding of the module

As a premium member, once rolled out you get access to the entire library of A-Level Maths resources. For now, we have made the first five topics completely free of charge for you to get a taste of what’s to come.

A Level Maths Resources Mapped by Exam Board

Once completed our modules can be used with both UK and international A Level examination board specifications.

We will put together comprehensive mapping documents which will show you exactly which modules align to the specification you are teaching or learning.

Volume of Solids of Revolution

Summary Rotating about the x axis, Volume of Revolution: Rotating about the y axis, Volume of Revolution: Definite Integrals Formula  We know that definite integrals can help us figure out areas underneath the curves. Recalling the formula for definite integrals from the article ”Integration” : Similarly, pretty much using the same principle we can work … Read more

Area under a curve

Summary Area under a curve can only be calculated if the integral is definite. It must have limits. We must be aware of the three common scenarios when working out the areas under the curves: Area Under the Curve Find area between a curve, the x axis and the line x = a and x … Read more

Differentiation of Trigonometric Functions

Summary Remember these derivatives of the trigonometric functions: Differentiation of sin(x) and cos(x) To begin with, we know that differentiation is a method to find the gradient of a curve. Rule of differentiation is if , then  . However in this article we will focus entirely on differentiation of trigonometric functions. Consider the graph of … Read more

Trapezium Rule

Summary Trapezium rule can only be applied to Definite Integrals. Area under the curve is divided into equally spaced intervals forming a trapezium. Trapezium Rule only provides an estimate area of under the curve. The formula given is: where Definite Integrals Let’s start by briefly recalling the definite integrals from the article ”Integration”. Definite Integration … Read more


Summary Differentiation is a method to find the gradient of a curve. When differentiating a function, always remember to rewrite the equation as a power of x. This makes it easier to differentiate. Differentiation formula: if , where n is a real constant. Then . Derivative of a constant is always 0. Basic Rules of … Read more


Summary Indefinite Integral:      The ”C” means any number. This is the constant of integration. Definite Integral:      Area under the curve:      Area between a curve and a line      Approximate area using trapezium rule: Where and . Integration is the inverse of differentiation. It is the general formula for the Area under the graph … Read more