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  • 2014.09.04 Thursday: Summer prep homework
    Find it here.
    Posted 25 Jul 2014, 10:23 by Andrew Clow
  • 2014.04.22: Tuesday: Easter holiday homework
    Answer these past papers, carefully mark and correct them with the mark schemes:
    Core 2: January 2011 (mark scheme)
    Core 2: June 2010 (mark scheme)
    Core 2: January 2010 (mark scheme)
    Decision 1: January 2011 (mark scheme)
    Decision 1: June 2010 (mark scheme)
    Decision 1: January 2010 (insert) (mark scheme)
    Core 1: January 2010 (mark scheme)

    They're all linked here, but also on edmodo if you prefer that layout.

    There's a mock exam on Core 1 in the first week back.
    Watch the videos in the educreations link to find out how to answer the mock exams you just had.
    Posted 5 Apr 2014, 10:53 by Andrew Clow
  • Summer opportunity - if you apply, please email David to let him know

    Are you a high-achieving lower sixth form student from a low-income backgrounds who’s studying Maths at A-Level?  

     

    The Social Mobility Foundation, a charity that supports sixth form students get into top universities and professions, still have places on the J.P. Morgan Residential Internship Programme. 

     

    The programme is all-expenses paid and takes place in London from 3rd – 16th August 2014.  

     

    Successful students will undertake work experience in the global investment bank, J.P. Morgan and will be supported by an SMF Group Leader who will take students to and from work and undertake developmental, as well as fun, evening activities.

     

    To be eligible for the programme, you must meet the criteria set out below:

    Academic:

    - Be in lower sixth form

    - Have achieved 5 As at GCSE

    - Be predicted AAB at A-Level

    - Studying Maths

    Background:

    - EITHER: have been eligible for Free School Meals at any point of their secondary schooling

    - OR be the first generation of their family to go to university having gone to a school where 30% of students were eligible for FSM at any point within the last 3 years

     

    We take applications on a case by case basis, so if you don’t quite meet our criteria and have any extenuating circumstances, for example, being a child in care, then please still get in touch.  

     

    You find out more about the programme by clicking here.  

     

    Eligible students should apply through our website: http://www.socialmobility.org.uk/application/ by 25th April 2014.

     

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email us on info@socailmobility.org.uk or call us on 0161 850 2809.

    Posted 4 Apr 2014, 07:14 by David Shingler
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  • 2014.09.04 Thursday: A2 summer prep homework
    Find it here.
    Posted 25 Jul 2014, 10:22 by Andrew Clow
  • 2014.04.22: Tuesday: Easter holiday homework
    Answer these past papers, carefully mark and correct them with the mark schemes:
    Core 2: January 2011 (mark scheme)
    Core 2: June 2010 (mark scheme)
    Core 2: January 2010 (mark scheme)
    Decision 1: January 2011 (mark scheme)
    Decision 1: June 2010 (mark scheme)
    Decision 1: January 2010 (insert) (mark scheme)
    Core 1: January 2010 (mark scheme)

    They're all linked here, but also on edmodo if you prefer that layout.

    There's a mock exam on Core 1 in the first week back.
    Watch the videos in the educreations link to find out how to answer the mock exams you just had.
    Posted 5 Apr 2014, 10:54 by Andrew Clow
  • Summer opportunity - if you apply, please email David to let him know

    Are you a high-achieving lower sixth form student from a low-income backgrounds who’s studying Maths at A-Level?  

     

    The Social Mobility Foundation, a charity that supports sixth form students get into top universities and professions, still have places on the J.P. Morgan Residential Internship Programme. 

     

    The programme is all-expenses paid and takes place in London from 3rd – 16th August 2014.  

     

    Successful students will undertake work experience in the global investment bank, J.P. Morgan and will be supported by an SMF Group Leader who will take students to and from work and undertake developmental, as well as fun, evening activities.

     

    To be eligible for the programme, you must meet the criteria set out below:

    Academic:

    - Be in lower sixth form

    - Have achieved 5 As at GCSE

    - Be predicted AAB at A-Level

    - Studying Maths

    Background:

    - EITHER: have been eligible for Free School Meals at any point of their secondary schooling

    - OR be the first generation of their family to go to university having gone to a school where 30% of students were eligible for FSM at any point within the last 3 years

     

    We take applications on a case by case basis, so if you don’t quite meet our criteria and have any extenuating circumstances, for example, being a child in care, then please still get in touch.  

     

    You find out more about the programme by clicking here.  

     

    Eligible students should apply through our website: http://www.socialmobility.org.uk/application/ by 25th April 2014.

     

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email us on info@socailmobility.org.uk or call us on 0161 850 2809.

    Posted 4 Apr 2014, 07:13 by David Shingler
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A2 Resits

002 A2 Maths

 
  • 2014.03.25 Decision 1
    The D1 lesson is in B10 at 11am.
    I said a formula wrong in the lesson: the number of edges in Kn is 0.5n(n-1), not 0.5n(n+1).

    1. Memorise this terminology sheet for a test
     - practise writing them out from memory
     - frequency is the key to memorisation
     - 10 minutes on three different days will make a lot more difference than 40 minutes on one day.

    2. Answer all the questions in the Graph theory pack
    (they're not in the past paper questions by topic).

    3. Mark them using the mark schemes.

    4. If you haven't already, print the D1 past paper questions by topic.
        - advice: print double-sided, choosing the booklet option,
                     fold in half and use an elastic band to bind them.
     
    Posted 19 Mar 2014, 14:30 by Andrew Clow
  • 2014.03.18 Core 1: Factor and Remainder Theorems
    This week's lesson will start in David's room, E5, at 1pm, unless I leave a note on his door saying C4.
    1. Print the C1 past paper questions by topic.
        - advice: print double-sided, choosing the booklet option,
                     fold in half and use an elastic band to bind them.

    2. Answer the questions in the Factor Theorem, Remainder Theorem, Cubics section.

    3. Mark the 2010 and 2009 questions carefully according to the C1 mark schemes.

    Posted 17 Mar 2014, 10:00 by Andrew Clow
  • 2014.03.18 Decision 1: Prim's and Kruskal's
    The D1 lesson is in B10 at 11am.
    1. Print the D1 past paper questions by topic.
        - advice: print double-sided, choosing the booklet option,
                     fold in half and use an elastic band to bind them.

    2. Answer the questions in the Prim's and Kruskal's section.

    3. Mark the first three questions carefully according to the D1 mark schemes.
    Posted 17 Mar 2014, 10:01 by Andrew Clow
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001 AS Further Maths

  003 A2 Further Maths

 
  • 2014.09.04 Thursday: Summer holiday homework is on edmodo
    Please log in to edmodo to get your summer holiday homework.
    Email me if you can't get at it.
    Posted 26 Jul 2014, 10:14 by Andrew Clow
  • 2014.06.23 Monday D2 revision
    D2 revision available all day Monday.
    (No college busses though:(. )
    Posted 22 Jun 2014, 07:04 by Andrew Clow
  • Go to edmodo
    Go on edmodo.com or the edmodo app to get your homework.
    If you haven't joined the group yet - please email me to get the group code.
    Posted 28 Mar 2014, 08:25 by Andrew Clow
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  • Summer opportunity - if you apply, please email David to let him know

    Are you a high-achieving lower sixth form student from a low-income backgrounds who’s studying Maths at A-Level?  

     

    The Social Mobility Foundation, a charity that supports sixth form students get into top universities and professions, still have places on the J.P. Morgan Residential Internship Programme. 

     

    The programme is all-expenses paid and takes place in London from 3rd – 16th August 2014.  

     

    Successful students will undertake work experience in the global investment bank, J.P. Morgan and will be supported by an SMF Group Leader who will take students to and from work and undertake developmental, as well as fun, evening activities.

     

    To be eligible for the programme, you must meet the criteria set out below:

    Academic:

    - Be in lower sixth form

    - Have achieved 5 As at GCSE

    - Be predicted AAB at A-Level

    - Studying Maths

    Background:

    - EITHER: have been eligible for Free School Meals at any point of their secondary schooling

    - OR be the first generation of their family to go to university having gone to a school where 30% of students were eligible for FSM at any point within the last 3 years

     

    We take applications on a case by case basis, so if you don’t quite meet our criteria and have any extenuating circumstances, for example, being a child in care, then please still get in touch.  

     

    You find out more about the programme by clicking here.  

     

    Eligible students should apply through our website: http://www.socialmobility.org.uk/application/ by 25th April 2014.

     

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email us on info@socailmobility.org.uk or call us on 0161 850 2809.

    Posted 4 Apr 2014, 07:15 by David Shingler
  • Go to edmodo
    Go to edmodo.
    I've sent you the group code on facebook, or Saif has sent you it on snapchat if your first name has both a v and an n in it.
    Posted 28 Mar 2014, 08:46 by Andrew Clow
  • 2014.03.24 Monday
     
    FP3 Jan 08 - you can skip differential equations questions if you're short of time, but that's probably a mistake, given that it is getting close to the mocks.
     
    Posted 21 Mar 2014, 08:40 by Andrew Clow
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