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.

Trigonometric Identities

The topic of discussion in this article is “Trigonometric Identities”. We can dissect the terminology into two words i.e., “Trigonometric” and “Identities”. Let us look at them individually one by one. The word “Trigonometric” comes from the word Trigonometry (Greek trigonon: triangle and metron: to measure). Therefore, the literal meaning of the word “Trigonometric” is … Read more

Products and Quotients – (Differentiation)

A function is a transformation that gives a single output for a given input. The transformation is according to a rule. The rule varies depending on the type of the function. For example, for the function f(x) = 2x, the rule is simple, i.e., “double the input”. The function can be plotted on x-y coordinate … Read more

Composition of Functions

We are familiar with the concept of function. It is a relation that makes a unique image as output for a given input. A function takes some input and spits out some output based on a rule. The example of a function is f(x) = 1/x. In this function, the rule is to take the … Read more

Circular Measure

Why are we interested in this topic? Circle is an amazing shape. The sun, the moon and the planets look circular (yes they are actually spherical in shape). The bicycle you probably love to ride has circular tyres. The can of icy cool carbonated soda you cherish on a hot day has a circular base. … Read more

Transformation (Algebra Function)

In this section, we will study “how to transform a function, without evaluating its value”. After reading this article you will be able to understand transformation. You can translate, rotate or shift any graph easily. Contents Introduction Types of transformation Methodology  Practical examples Introduction Transformation is a basic technique to make graphs of function without … Read more

Algebraic Surds

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:  To define algebraic surds To perform operations involving surds To simplify and rationalize surds MATH CONCEPTS SURDS- It is a root of a positive real quantity where its value cannot be exactly determined. It is an irrational number which cannot be simplified and usually in the form of , n is the order … Read more