## Revision Help

There is a temptation to do the same AQA questions over and over and eventually you get to know them. Doing other types of revision may help as well such as watching a Core 3 video, reading an e-book or following a Power-point. This is especially the case for topics you are not so confident with. If, for example, you don’t feel confident with vectors, use all the different material you can find, working through one Power-point may help everything to fall into place.

1) www.mathedup.co.uk

>A Level Takeaways

>Core takeaway

>Core 3, Core 4 or Decision 1

Click on the topic heading- this will take you to the AQA exam paper questions for that topic.

Clicking on revise or learn takes you to you-tube videos with Jack Brown

2) www.Physicsandmathstutor.com

>Maths

>Maths revision

>Scroll down for A level

>Core 3, Core 4 or Decision 1

>Then scroll down for AQA

There are checklists and all sorts of useful information, especially the part marked

3) Maths Department Website

>Sixth form revision

>Core 3 or Core 4 Power-points

There are power-points on most of the topics that will help you to revise. I used a couple of these during the year so you may well recognise the trigonometry one. The trigonometry one includes the trig graphs. There are lots of good examples in these Power-points.

4) School website

>VLE

>Shared area

>Maths

>A Level

>Core 3 or Core 4

>Power-point

This is like the ones you used for Core 1 and Core 2. It is based on Edexel questions. The Core 3 and Core 4 may have the topics mixed up but they are essentially the same. I would recommend this. Trying different exam board questions is good for building your problem-solving skills. There are loads and loads of Edexel questions you can do, so you can never say that you have run out of questions to try!

5) Mr Barton Maths

>Students

>A Level

>Notes, videos and examples

>Scroll down for Core 3, Core 4 or Decision 1 (at the bottom after Mechanics)

There is an e-book in this section that has lots of notes and examples. There are some good trigonometry proofs in here. There are also Core 3 or Core 4 video tutorials by Colin Hegarty.

6) Mymaths

Once you’ve logged in scroll down for A level. There are sets of Lessons and Homeworks for Core 3, 4 and Decision 1. There are some good lessons on modulus graphs for example.

1) www.mathedup.co.uk

>A Level Takeaways

>Core takeaway

>Core 3, Core 4 or Decision 1

Click on the topic heading- this will take you to the AQA exam paper questions for that topic.

Clicking on revise or learn takes you to you-tube videos with Jack Brown

2) www.Physicsandmathstutor.com

>Maths

>Maths revision

>Scroll down for A level

>Core 3, Core 4 or Decision 1

>Then scroll down for AQA

There are checklists and all sorts of useful information, especially the part marked

**‘Not in the formula book’**- this has lots of useful information on graph transformations too. The Summary is also helpful.3) Maths Department Website

>Sixth form revision

>Core 3 or Core 4 Power-points

There are power-points on most of the topics that will help you to revise. I used a couple of these during the year so you may well recognise the trigonometry one. The trigonometry one includes the trig graphs. There are lots of good examples in these Power-points.

4) School website

>VLE

>Shared area

>Maths

>A Level

>Core 3 or Core 4

>Power-point

This is like the ones you used for Core 1 and Core 2. It is based on Edexel questions. The Core 3 and Core 4 may have the topics mixed up but they are essentially the same. I would recommend this. Trying different exam board questions is good for building your problem-solving skills. There are loads and loads of Edexel questions you can do, so you can never say that you have run out of questions to try!

5) Mr Barton Maths

>Students

>A Level

>Notes, videos and examples

>Scroll down for Core 3, Core 4 or Decision 1 (at the bottom after Mechanics)

There is an e-book in this section that has lots of notes and examples. There are some good trigonometry proofs in here. There are also Core 3 or Core 4 video tutorials by Colin Hegarty.

6) Mymaths

Once you’ve logged in scroll down for A level. There are sets of Lessons and Homeworks for Core 3, 4 and Decision 1. There are some good lessons on modulus graphs for example.