# A-Level Mathematics: Welcome to the comprehensive guide

This page serves as a central knowledge hub, providing you with all the information you need to excel in your A-Level Maths studies. Whether you’re in your first year **(AS Maths)** or second year **(A2 Maths)**, this page is designed to support your learning journey.

**A-Level Maths** is typically taught over two years. In the first year, you’ll cover** AS Maths**, followed by **A2 Maths** in the second year. Throughout both years, you’ll delve into the fascinating realms of Pure Maths, Statistics, and Mechanics, which are the core components of **A-Level Maths. **

## A-Level Mathematics Index

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### AS Maths Proof

### AS Maths Algebra & Functions

### AS Maths Coordinate Geometry

### AS Maths Sequence & Series

### AS Maths Trigonometry

### AS Maths Exponential & Logs

### AS Maths Differentiation

### AS Maths Integration

### AS Maths Vectors

### AS Statistics Sampling

### AS Statistics Data Presentation & Sampling

### AS Statistics Probability

### AS Statistics Distributions

### AS Statistics Hypothesis Testing

### AS Mechanics Quantities & Units in Mechanics

### AS Mechanics Kinematics

### AS Mechanics Forces & Newton’s Laws

### AS Mechanics Moments

- Not covered in AS Maths

### A2 Maths Proof

### A2 Maths Algebra & Functions

### A2 Maths Coordinate Geometry

### A2 Maths Sequence & Series

### A2 Maths Trigonometry

### A2 Maths Exponentials & Logarithms

### A2 Maths Differentiation

### A2 Maths Integration

### A2 Maths Numerical Methods

### A2 Maths Vectors

### A2 Statistics Probability

### A2 Statistics Distributions

### A2 Statistics Hypothesis Testing

### AS Mechanics Kinematics

### AS Mechanics Forces & Newton’s Laws

### AS Mechanics Moments

â€˜Big dataâ€™ is no longer a thing of the future and is creeping into A-Level Mathematics specifications across the board. You may be expected to answer questions based on a dataset that you are already familiar with. The more you are familiar with it, the more of an advantage you will have when answering questions. You may also be expected to recall trends in the data without being given the data.

The following links are provided by CrashMaths and provide guidance on the A-Level Mathematics Edexcel large dataset. This dataset contains weather statistics provided by the MET Office: