## The Large Dataset

‘Big data’ is no longer a thing of the future and is creeping into A-Level Maths 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 Maths Edexcel large dataset. This dataset contains weather statistics provided by the MET Office:

## A-Level Maths Practice Papers

Try some of the StudyWell practice papers and specimen papers from Edexcel.

## A-Level Maths Past Papers

Try some of the past A-Level Maths papers as set by the Edexcel examination board.

## Questions by Topic

You can also find exam questions organised by topic if you feel like practising exam questions from a particular topic area.

## Questions of the Week

Hand-selected questions chosen because they often catch students out.

## Edexcel Formula Booklet

This is the Edexcel formula booklet – a copy of which will be provided to you at each of your AS/A2 Maths exams:

## Edexcel Specification

This link will take you to the Edexcel website where the specifications for AS and A-Level Maths from September 2017 can be found.

## Edexcel Grade Boundaries

This link will take you to the Edexcel website where the most recent grade boundary information for AS and A-Level Maths can be found.

## Edexcel Exam Timetables

This link will take you to the Edexcel website where the most recent exam timetables for AS and A-Level Maths can be found.