AS Level / A Level

Welcome to the ParkerMaths AS Level and A Level resource page.

Below you can find the following resources:

Exam Dates

Formula booklets: AQA | OCR | Edexcel

Official AQA Past Exam Papers

  • AQA | Edexcel | OCR | OCR MEI
  • Past Papers and Mark Schemes.
  • Written Solutions and Video Solutions (where available).

Revise a Specific Unit

    Y1 Pure | Y1 Applied | Y2 Pure | Y2 Applied

  • Find out what you need to know (learning objectives).
  • Watch video tutorials on each topic.
  • Basic questions and exam style question on each topic.
  • Past paper questions sorted by topic.

Past Paper Questions Sorted By Topic

    Core 3 | Core 4 | | Decision 1| Mechanics 1

  • Find a past paper question on a specific topic (with mark scheme and written solutions).
  • Questions are ranked by difficulty (where written solutions exist).

Revision Strategies and Tips



AS/A2 Mathematics Exam Dates (2019-20)

AS Mathematics

Paper 1: 13-5-20 (AM)

Paper 2: 10-5-10 (AM)

A-level Mathematics

Paper 1: 3-6-20 (AM)

Paper 2: 10-6-20 (AM)

Paper 3: 12-6-20 (PM)

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Revision - Where to Start


Once you have finished learning the course content, it is time to consider how you are going to revise for the upcoming exams. The two things that will determine the effectiveness of your revision are as follows:

Dedication - Are you putting in enough hours? Are you focused and motivated.

Efficiency - Do you have good resources? Are you revising the topics you need to?


I would recommend the following strategy for revising for A-Level maths exams.

Complete Past Papers

Complete as many past papers as possible. Start with the official AQA past papers. If you run out, there are other practise papers you can also attempt. Use our 'past paper questions by topic' page to find questions from other exam boards that are relevant.

Identify your weaknesses.

Don't spend time working on topics you are already confident with. Practise the topics that you struggle with. If you are strong with all topics, practise the most difficult past paper questions that come towards the end of the papers. This may include questions from other exam boards.

Use the video tutorials to better understand topics.

In our revision section, you will find links to instructional videos on most topics from a variety of sources. Make notes on key points that aren't intuitive to you.

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