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Remove any lingering doubts by revising and mastering the hardest GCSE and IGCSE topics you need for Alevel

Start the year ahead of your classmates having learnt some Alevel material already (suitable for all exam boards)

25 original worksheets designed to lead you through interesting and challenging problems, all with full video solutions

5 themes/topic areas each with 5 sections. Study 2 hours per day over 5 weeks or 5 hours per day as an intensive 2 week course

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£139.00
£139.00Get ready for Alevel maths
1 Year enrolment from date full course is available. (Full price £199) 
£175.00
£175.00Get ready for Alevel maths
2 Year enrolment from date full course is available. (Full price £249)
Course curriculum
The course is in partial preorder mode and the exact content of the final lessons may differ slightly from that presented here. First section available as a free preview!

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Week 1: A: Index laws, including negative and fractional indices (FREE PREVIEW)

Rules of indices 1  Integer powers
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Rules of indices 2  Fractional powers
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Rules of indices 3  Examples
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Worksheet A1: Index laws, including negative and fractional indices
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Question 1 Solution
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Question 2 Solution
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Question 3 Solution
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Question 4 Solution
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Question 5 Solution
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Question 6 Hint
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Question 6 Solution
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Question 7 Hint
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Question 7 Solution
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Question 8 Hint
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A few questions...
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Week 1: B: Factorising quadratics and disguised quadratics

Factorising quadratics

Factorising examples

Disguised quadratics

Worksheet B1: Factorising quadratics and disguised quadratics

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6 Hint

Question 6

Question 7 Hint

Question 7

Question 8 Hint

Question 8


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Week 1: C: Intro to coordinate geometry

Distance between two points

Midpoint of two points

Gradient of a line segment

Parallel and perpendicular lines

Worksheet C1: Intro to coordinate geometry

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8 Hint

Question 8

Question 9 Hint

Question 9


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Week 1: D: Sine and cosine rules and area of a triangle

Sine rule 1

Sine rule 2  the ambiguous case

Cosine rule

Area of a triangle

Bearings

Worksheet D1: Sine and cosine rules and area of a triangle

Question 1 abc

Question 1 def

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6

Bouns: Proof of sine and cosine rules (Mathsaurus YouTube)
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Week 1: E: Introduction to sequences

Linear sequences

Quadratic sequences

Geometric sequences

Intro to the worksheet

Worksheet E1: Introduction to sequences

Question 1abc

Question 1 def

Question 1 ghi

Question 1 jkl

Question 1 mno


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Week 2: A: Surds  Introduction and simple rationalising

Simplifying surds

Multiplying out surd expressions

Rationalising simple surd expressions

Worksheet A2: Surds  Introduction and simple rationalising

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6

Question 7 Hint

Question 7

Question 8 hint

Question 8

Question 9 hint

Question 9


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Week 2: B: Completing the square and the graph of a quadratic

Completing the square

Solving equations using completed square form

The graph of a quadratic

Using the calculator

Worksheet B2: Completing the square and the graph of a quadratic

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6


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Week 2: C: Straight lines and their equations

The equation of a straight line in the form yy1=m(xx1)

Other forms of the equation of a straight line

Finding a perpendicular line

Worksheet C2: Straight lines and their equations

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5 Hint

Question 5

Question 6 Hint

Question 6

Question 7 Hint

Question 7

Question 8 Hint

Question 8


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Week 2: D Solving trig equations for any angles

Solving equations involving sin(x) for any angle

Solving equations involving cos(x) for any angle

Solving equations involving tan(x) for any angle

Worksheet D2: Solving trig equations for any angles

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4 hint

Question 4

Question 5 hint

Question 5


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Week 2: E: Iterative sequences and sigma notation for summing series

Formal notation for sequences

Sigma notation for summing series

Worksheet E2  Iterative sequences and sigma notation for summing series

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5 Hint

Question 5

Question 6 Hint

Question 6


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Week 3: A: Surds  Harder rationalising

Difference of two squares for surds

Harder rationalising of surds

Worksheet A3  Harder rationalising

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7 Hint

Question 7

Question 8 Hint

Question 8


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Week 3: B: The discriminant of a quadratic

The discriminant of a quadratic

Repeated roots

Worksheet B3  The discriminant of a quadratic

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8 Hint

Question 8

Question 9 Hint

Question 9


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Week 3: C: Differentiating polynomials

Differentiating single term polynomials

Differentiating general polynomials

The second derivative

Harder examples

Worksheet C3  Differentiating polynomials

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4 Hint

Question 4

Question 5 Hint

Question 5

Question 6 Hint

Question 6

Question 7 Hint

Question 7


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Week 3: D: Exact trigonometric ratios

Exact values of sin cos and tan

Exact values beyond 90 degrees

Worksheet D3  Exact trigonometric ratios

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4 hint

Question 4

Question 5


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Week 3: E: Arithmetic progressions and their sums

Arithmetic Progressions

Sums of Arithmetic Progressions

Worksheet E3  Arithmetic progressions and their sums

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8 hint

Question 8

Question 9 hint

Question 9


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Week 4: A: Introduction to logarithms

Introduction to logarithms

Logarithms as an inverse function

Harder Examples

Worksheet A4  Introduction to logarithms

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7 hint

Question 7

Question 8 hint

Question 8


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Week 4: B: Sketching the graphs of polynomials from their roots

Avaialble soon

Intro 1

Intro 2

Intro 3

Worksheet B4  Sketching the graphs of polynomials from their roots

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3abcd

Question 3efgh

Question 4 hint

Question 4

Question 5 hint

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6


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Week 4: C: Finding tangents and normals

Finding tangents

Finding normals

Worksheet C4  Finding tangents and normals

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5 hint

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6


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Week 4: D: Solving harder trig equations

Harder trig equations part 1

Harder trig equations part 2

Worksheet D4  Solving harder trig equations

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3 hint

Question 3

Question 4 hint

Question 4

Question 5 hint

Question 5


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Week 4: E: Geometric progressions

Geometric progressions

GPs and APs compared

Finding the number of terms using logs

Worksheet E4  Geometric progressions

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8 hint

Question 8

Question 9 hint

Question 9


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Week 5: A: The rules of logarithms

Intro 1  The addition rule of logarithms

Intro 2  The subtraction rule of logarithms

Intro 3  The power rule for logarithms

Worksheet E1  The rules of logarithms

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6

Question 7 hint

Question 7


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Week 5: B: Quadratic (and other) inequalities

Quadratic inequalities

Harder quadratic inequalities

Polynomial inequalities

Worksheet B5  Quadratic (and other) inequalities

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5 hint

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6

Question 7 hint

Question 7


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Week 5: C: Differentiation with fractional and negative indices

Differentiation with fractional and negative indices

Finding a tangent involving fractional and negative indices

Worksheet C5  Differentiation with fractional and negative indices

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6 hint

Question 6

Question 7 hint

Question 7


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Week 5: D: Using trig identities to solve equations

tanx=sinx/cosx

sin^2(x)+cos^2(x)=1

Example using tanx=sinx/cosx

Example using sin^2(x)+cos^2(x)=1

Worksheet D5  Using trig identities to solve equations

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3 hint

Question 3

Question 4 hint

Question 4


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Week 5: E: The sum of a geometric progression

Finite sums of geometric progressions

Infinite sums of geometric progressions

Worksheet E5  The sum of a geometric progression

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8 hint

Question 8

FAQ

Is this course suitable for a student who has already taken IGCSE Further Maths or OCR FSMQ Add Maths?
No  much of the content of this course is also covered in these qualifications. The course has been designed to give most benefit to a student who has just taken GCSE or IGCSE maths and is preparing for Alevel or any course that follows directly on from GCSE. It would be a great course for someone about to take one of these qualifications though, so long as they have mostly covered GCSE/GCSE maths already.

How long will my enrolment last?
Access to the course lasts for one year or two years depending on the option chosen.

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Teacher
Kevin Olding