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.

Log Graphs

In maths textbooks, whenever we read the word ‘Log’, it feels like it is some alien idea that is not easy to understand. Students are often reluctant to explore the beautiful maths behind the logarithm and logarithmic functions. On the contrary, the concept of ‘Log’ or ‘Logarithm’ follows naturally into the minds when we understand … Read more

Force and Newton’s Laws Of Motion

Forces A push or pull that accelerates an object having some mass is known as force. It is considered a vector quantity as it has both direction and magnitude. The SI unit of force is known as Newton (N). It is kg m/s2. a) Two skaters pushing the third skater in different directions with forces … Read more


Polynomial You must have heard the word ‘polynomial’ or a ‘polynomial equation’. Algebra is obsessed with polynomials. You will find them everywhere. So, what is a polynomial then? Polynomial is just an expression that involves variables and constants with arithmetic operators (‘+’, ‘-‘, ‘×’, ‘÷’) in between. An example of a polynomial is, As you … Read more

Algebra Functions

Function Many people muddle up the concepts of ‘Equation’ and ’Function’. They are related but they are definitely not the same. You will see how. Let us first understand the idea of an ‘Equation’. An equation is defined as a mathematical relation (involving the ‘=’ symbol) between two or more variables. For instance, the following … Read more


Summary Two events that have nothing in common are known as mutually exclusive events Two events that have elements in common are known as non-mutually exclusive events If two events are independent event meaning they both do not depend on one another If two events are dependent events they both are (conditional probability) It is … Read more

The Uniform Distribution

Summary In uniform distribution the random variable is a continuous random variable The probability density function is calculated as: Mean Variance The cumulative distribution function is calculated by integrating the probability density function f(x) to give  Standard deviation is the under root of variance   In uniform distribution you should know that random variable is … Read more