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Overview of the 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper

I’ve just provided the FULL worked solutions of the 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper. In this post, I’ll give a quick overview of this paper.

Full Worked Solutions of 2023 H2 A level Math Paper

The full worked solutions of the 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper can be found here:

Topics tested in Paper 1 of 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper

Here’s a breakdown of the topics tested in Paper 1 of the 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper:

Question NumberTopicMarks
1Application of differentiation to tangents5
2Sequences and series5
3Vectors6
4Integration 10
5Method of differences7
6Application of integration to volume15
7Curve sketching and functions10
8Complex numbers10
9Vectors13
10Differential equations13
11Arithmetic and Geometric Progression (AP & GP)13
An overview of the questions in Paper 1 of A Level H2 Math

Here’s a breakdown of the topics tested in Paper 1 of the 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper:

Question numberTopicMarks
1Inequalities6
2Maclaurin Expansion9
3Vectors12
4Parametric Equations – and application to integration and differentiation13
5Probability5
6Probability + Permutation and Combination8
7Correlation and linear regression7
8Hypothesis testing11
9Normal Distribution14
10Binomial Distribution15
An overview of the questions in Paper 2 of A Level H2 Math

If there’s something that I didn’t expected, it’s having another vector question in Paper 2! Yes, vectors make up a significant portion of the A Level Math, but after 2 questions in Paper 1 that carry a total of 19 marks, I really didn’t expect a third one in Paper 2. What’s more, this is a rather long vector question (in Paper 2) that carries 12 marks. In all, vectors form a whopping 15.5% of the entire 2023 A Level Math Paper.

Difficulty of the 2023 H2 A Level Math Paper

I surveyed my students. The majority find this paper ok. Almost all found the Statistics section in Paper 2 easy, except for the last part.

My opinion is that at least 90% of the paper are your typical exam questions. If you have completed your revision, it shouldn’t be an issue. They do test harder or more tedious questions, but they are covered in the majority of most lecture notes, — and if you engage a tutor (including yours truly), you should have gone through similar questions multiple times.

There are some less typical questions, like the vector question in Paper 2, but overall, this paper is an ok one.

What are your thoughts on this paper? Let me know in the comments below.

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