I use this mostly as a resource for my own teaching; using it I can lay my hands of exam questions and solutions of different types very quickly. My students and pupils find it useful too because it shows how to do exam questions using the techniques taught in class; there is an important difference with mark schemes here.
The UK mathematics exam system is in a state of flux at the moment. I see this is as a great opportunity to review and refresh all my teaching material. I look forward to generating new material to support a revised school exam system.
Rotations in space make good Saturday morning maths at the King’s School.
Abstract algebra, the un-codified implications of which need to be fully understood at school to gain good grades in exams. School algebra and numeracy is all about persuading pupils that the numbers we have work by these rules, and not by the various coping patterns they learned earlier in their education.
Carr’s Synopsis – 19th century text for self taught geniuses – marks out this A-star topic for I/GCSE maths hopefuls.