This section gives exposure to university Mathematics to make the transition from school as smooth as possible. This isn't matched to any specifications since this is impossible at university level due to the vast content and difference between courses.
The IB is a two-year course primarily aimed at 16-to-19-year-olds in 140 countries around the world. It is substantially broader than the A Level and AP Calculus curricula.
IB Maths past papers and Specimens are available for all maths subjects.
AP (Advanced Placement) Calculus is a one year course offered in the US and is typically taken at ages 17 or 18.
AP Calculus AB and BC past papers are available including full papers, multiple choice and free response questions from 1969 onwards.
AP (Advanced Placement) Statistics is a one year course offered in the US and is typically offered to sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school.
AP Statistics past papers are available including full papers and free response from 1997 onwards.
11+ is the entrance exam taken in year 6 to gain entry into year 7 at top UK independent and grammar schools.
11+ Maths past papers are available for top schools and worksheets by topic are written in a similar style to Durham CEM & GL Assessment.
A Level (“advanced level”) is the most common Mathematics qualification offered to UK students from 16-18 years old.
A Level Maths past papers and mark schemes are available for all exam boards - Edexcel, AQA,OCR, WJEC & Cambridge.
GCSEs are the standard curricula for 14-16 year olds in the UK. O Levels are still awarded by the Cambridge exam board in select locations.
GCSE Maths past papers and mark schemes are available for all exam boards - Edexcel, AQA, OCR, WJEC & Cambridge.