These questions are taken from the Specimen Exam materials and the real 2018 papers for the new syllabus AS and A-level mathematics courses and arranged by chapter of the textbooks by Goldie et al . There are a mixture of questions from OCR A, OCR B (MEI), Edexcel and AQA. Although the style of questions varies a little across the exam boards the content of the syllabus is almost identical so these are suitable for students preparing for any exam board. You can also watch a video where I talk about these worksheets in more detail here:

Video solutions for each set of questions are in progress and those not yet linked will be available soon.

Looking for AS and Year 1 A-level worksheets? There’s another page here.

OCR A Textbook

MEI (OCR B) Textbook

AQA Textbook

Link to playlist with all Year 2 video solutions produced so far

Chapter 1: ProofVideo Solutions
Chapter 2: TrigonometryVideo Solutions
Chapter 3: Sequences and seriesVideo Solutions part 1
Video Solutions part 2
Chapter 4a: Functions, inverses, domain and range
Chapter 4b: The modulus function
Video Solutions
Video Solutions
Chapter 5: DifferentiationVideo Solutions part 1
Video Solutions part 2
Chapter 6: Trigonometric functionsVideo Solutions
Chapter 7: Further algebraVideo Solutions
Chapter 8: Trigonometric identitiesVideo Solutions
Chapter 9: Further differentiationVideo Solutions
Chapter 10: IntegrationVideo Solutions
Chapter 11: Parametric equationsVideo Solutions
Chapter 12: VectorsVideo Solutions
Chapter 13: Differential equationsVideo Solutions
Chapter 14: Numerical methodsVideo Solutions
Chapter 15: ProbabilityVideo Solutions
Chapter 16: Statistical distributionsVideo Solutions
Chapter 17: Statistical hypothesis testingVideo Solutions
Chapter 18: KinematicsVideo Solutions
Chapter 19: Forces and motionVideo Solutions
Chapter 20: Moments of forcesVideo Solutions
Chapter 21: ProjectilesVideo Solutions
Chapter 22: A model for frictionVideo Solutions

The Casio fx-991 is the calculator I would recommend for A-level examinations. You can buy it here or read more detail about this and other calculators in my complete guide to buying the right calculator for school mathematics.

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