Throughout this website, you will find lots of free resources to help you do the best for your A-Level in Maths. We have detailed explanations and examples for all topic areas (currently AS),  A-Level practice papers for the new maths specification, past exam papers, questions grouped by topic and many more resources.

Question of the Week

The first three terms of a geometric sequence are

7k-5, 5k-7, 2k+10,

where k is a constant. Show that

11k^2-130k+99=0.

Given that k is not an integer, show that \hspace{10pt}k=\frac{9}{11}. Answer will be posted on Friday.

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Past A-Level Maths papers for all maths modules examined by Edexcel dating back to 2005.

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