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 Graphs

Introduction What do you get when you join three distinct points, that are not located on a single line, in a plane? That is right, a triangle. Triangles appear to be simple and innocent. In fact, a triangle is the simplest polygon (a closed 2-D shape with straight sides). Ironically, in mathematics there is a … Read more

Simultaneous Equations

Motivation The aim of this section is to understand what are simultaneous equations and how we can solve them? After reading this section we will be able to write down a word problem in the form of simultaneous equations and be able to find out the solution. Content Introduction Definition Types of Simultaneous Equations Methods … Read more

Sequences and Series

Sequence Young Mary was observing the motion of a rubber ball as she dropped it on a floor. She jotted down the height attained by the ball in each successive bounce. A pattern was detected in the values. Mary wrote the numbers, in order, on a paper and showed it to her teacher. The teacher … Read more

Quadratic Polynomial

Polynomials are widespread in maths. They help to reduce complex problems into the form of letters and numbers, that are easy to manipulate and work with. You will find them frequently in your maths textbooks. In fact, polynomials form an essential part of algebra. Without understanding the concept of polynomials, it is hard to move … Read more

One to one Function (Definition, Graph & Examples)

Revision of basics (Function, Domain and Range) Function: Function is a special relation, a relation which maps an input to only a single output. For example, the relation {(1,3),(2,3),(3,4),(8,-2)} represents a function since each input has only a single output. It can be noted that, however, two different inputs (‘1’ and ‘2’ in this case) … Read more

Inverse Function

Many times, in maths we are required to find the inverse of some function. For example, we know that distance travelled by a car can be represented as some function of time. In order to find the distance travelled by the car at some particular instant, we input that particular value of time to the … Read more