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# 1) A level Maths Past Papers Edexcel

A level Maths Past Papers

# Pure

Topic
Questions
Mark Scheme
Exponentials and Logs Modelling
Exponentials and Logs
Coordinate Geometry
Proof
Vectors
Integration Parametric Equations
Integration Differential Equations
Integration Trapezium Rule
Integration
Numerical Methods
Parametrics
Sectors and Segments
Differentiation Optimisation
Implicit Differentiation
Differentiation
Trigonometry Modelling
Trigonometry
Binomial Expansion
Sequences and Series Modelling
Sequences and Series
Modulus Function
Functions

# Applied - Stats

Topic
Questions
Mark Scheme
AS Stats
Large Data Set
Binomial Distribution
PMCC and Linear Regression
Normal Distribution
Probability

# Applied - Mechanics

Topic
Questions
Mark Scheme
Motion Time Graphs
Variable Acceleration
is and js
Projectiles
Forces Dynamics
Forces Statics
Moments
Exam Questons by Topic

# 5) Key Information for 2023 Edexcel A level Maths Exam

When is the Edexcel A level maths exam?

Provisionally, paper 1 is on Tuesday 6th June, paper 2 is on Tuesday 13th June and paper 3 is on Tuesday 20th June.

Can you use a formula booklet?

Yes, the formula booklet for Edexcel A level maths can be found here.

How many exams do you sit for Edexcel A level maths?

Three. Paper 1 and paper 2 assess pure maths and paper 3 assesses applied maths. Each paper contributes a third to your final grade. Each paper is two hours long.

Is there coursework for A level Edexcel?

No.

Can you use a graphical calculator?

Yes. Most students that use a graphical calculator have the model fx-CG50.

Key Information for Exam 2022
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