I did S1 for A2 Maths. But I’m doing Further Maths which includes M2 topics and then further mechanics topics. You could see if that is useful under ‘Further Math’ on the menu.

Hi! I’m sorry I don’t follow that exam board and it won’t be possible for me to re-make the notes for that syllabus. CIE is probably a bit harder and have some extra concepts so just check with the Edexcel syllabus and use parts of the notes which are relevant.

Great site, extremely resourceful;I was wondering if you could do me a favor by putting up some or suggesting some links of M2,S2,Biology & further mathematics notes & e-books, Thanks in advance.

Thank you! I am not aware of Bio AS but one of my friends has begun working on A2. We are studying Further Mathematics and we have begun writing notes – keep checking every few weeks as we’ll be updating it frequently and adding topics as we finish them. For Further we technically are learning parts of M2 and S2 but we don’t have time to seperate it from the Further Syllabus so the parts will combined into just Further Mechanics and Stats. Notes are our property therefore we distribute them but putting e-books is against copyright and illegal so I don’t want any of those links up.

You’re welcome. First chapters should be up soon (a week). Please don’t hesitate to ask questions or guidance. We’re studying it independently and could help each other π

hi i was asking how to solve
Find the coordinates of the points at which the straight line y + 2x = 7 intersects the curve y^2 = xy β 1
please if you are studying dont answer
thanks π

and also if possible
1 (A) find the sum of all numbers between 200 and 1000 which are exactly divisible by 15.
(B) the first term of a geometric progression is 25 and the sum of the first three terms is 61
this progression have sum to infinity
evaluate this sum

3a is E B A
Think of symmetry like placing a mirror. If u put a mirror line on the centre of E ull get the same shape in the reflection. Same method applied to the rest.

3b is Z
rotational symmetry is about moving the object about the centre and checking image. In the exam u can ask for tracing paper and trace the where ull get a matching image. When u rotate Z 180 degrees, ull get the sameimage. In the exam u can ask for tracing paper. Trace the object and rotate it and see when the trace matches then u get an order. Every object has rotation order of 1 because it will have the same image after a rotation of 360degrees.

Are this 2 notes enough for as level

Can you please upload the notes for Statistics 1

YES PLEASEEEEE π

They are present under A2 Maths.

Hi! Is the notes suitable for 2017 syllabus? Nice notes by the way!

could you upload S1 as well?

He did. Its in the A2 level section

Could you post for C1 and C2 as well??

YO guys What are the topics For AS level Maths ….

thanks for the information

you will be hacked

These are helpful. Thanks!

Hey , do u know the topics for AS Maths

hey could you upload for Pure Maths 2. Please?

hi these notes are awesome but would you please let me know when you are releasing the updated notes as i really need them

God bless you guys

Amazing work

Hi Zubair

Have you updated the AS physics and maths notes yet ? If u didnt when will it be released on the website?

Thank You ZJUNJUNIA you helped me get an A for physics thanks man. great work. Keep on saving lives. Have you updated the AS notes to 2016 ?

You’re welcome. Congratulations! We’re working on the updates.

thank you

Hi there, do you have P2 notes?

P2 is just a subsection of P3 so have a look at the P3 notes in the A2 section.

I do not know who the hell you are but… THANKS SO MUCH!!! YOU SAVED MY LIFE IN O’LEVEL AND NOW IN A’LEVEL TOO!!!

Hahaha great! You’re welcome π

is the s1 paper in AS level same as s1 paper for A2 level?

Yes

Yes. The same.

hey umm i love ur notes and thanks for uploading them but can u help me find past papers questions by topic for maths

Hii, sorry I am not aware of anything specific like that – just use the past papers available and do them topic-wise

do you have any notes for the s1 (stats) paper?

Yes they’re in the A2 section. Here: http://znotes.org/a2-maths/

http://znotes.org/a2-maths/ it’s in the A level section

Thanks bro.. They’re quite easy to pick, especiall MATHS!!! Thanks again!

You’re welcome!

hey bro really nice notes but are these notes specific to the 2016 syllabus thanks again bro π

The math syllabus didn’t change for 2016

What about CIE M2 Paper 5

I did S1 for A2 Maths. But I’m doing Further Maths which includes M2 topics and then further mechanics topics. You could see if that is useful under ‘Further Math’ on the menu.

My Dear I was looking for notes that covers the whole of CIE Mechanics 2 syllabus:

1. Motion of a projectile

2. Equilibrium of a rigid body

3. Uniform motion in a circle

4. Hooke’s law

5. Linear motion under a variable force

Hi could you please add CIE S1 notes? It would be so helpful

Hi, they are already available under A2 Maths. Here: http://znotes.org/a2-maths/

Can you please make Edexcel AS level Mathematics notes? would be really helpful, thanks!

Hi! I’m sorry I don’t follow that exam board and it won’t be possible for me to re-make the notes for that syllabus. CIE is probably a bit harder and have some extra concepts so just check with the Edexcel syllabus and use parts of the notes which are relevant.

Thank you so much!

Can you upload any biology notes?

There are IG notes available and A2 notes are being written. Unfortunately no AS notes.

Great site, extremely resourceful;I was wondering if you could do me a favor by putting up some or suggesting some links of M2,S2,Biology & further mathematics notes & e-books, Thanks in advance.

Thank you! I am not aware of Bio AS but one of my friends has begun working on A2. We are studying Further Mathematics and we have begun writing notes – keep checking every few weeks as we’ll be updating it frequently and adding topics as we finish them. For Further we technically are learning parts of M2 and S2 but we don’t have time to seperate it from the Further Syllabus so the parts will combined into just Further Mechanics and Stats. Notes are our property therefore we distribute them but putting e-books is against copyright and illegal so I don’t want any of those links up.

Thanks a lot, that was very reassuring.

You’re welcome. First chapters should be up soon (a week). Please don’t hesitate to ask questions or guidance. We’re studying it independently and could help each other π

Tbh I am a big fan of your website! Can you please tell me which software you use to make your notes?

Thank you π Nothing special! We do it all on MS Word and use PowerPoint sometimes for diagrams – that’s all

don’t you have notes for mathematics paper 3?

i really need them..

Ur on the AS page. Paper 3 and Stats are on the A2 Page.. here: http://znotes.org/a2-maths/

i have a question its nov 2013 q1 p32

its not q1

its question 4

Here u go:

Do you understand?

yes.. thx u… next time…

Tnx I finished exam no need to answer

Sorry it was too late and i was preparing for the exam too. Did the notes help u in the exam?

Yes yes thanks by the way in didn’t come

Thanks

Yea it was quite a weird paper

hi i was asking how to solve

Find the coordinates of the points at which the straight line y + 2x = 7 intersects the curve y^2 = xy β 1

please if you are studying dont answer

thanks π

and also if possible

1 (A) find the sum of all numbers between 200 and 1000 which are exactly divisible by 15.

(B) the first term of a geometric progression is 25 and the sum of the first three terms is 61

this progression have sum to infinity

evaluate this sum

solve simultaneously the two equations

Thanks but I am sorry this not the question

The question is in

9709_w14_p11

Question 3

Sin and cosine

Whoops thought it was the IG page.

Attached a pic. Do u understand?

Oh really thank you

You are a great teacher can if any question I want ask these days only because of exams

Thanks again

You’re welcome but i have exams as well in a few days!! I’ll try my best..

Hhh ok thank you

Hi I was asking how to solve q3 p11 n14

Thanks

3a is E B A

Think of symmetry like placing a mirror. If u put a mirror line on the centre of E ull get the same shape in the reflection. Same method applied to the rest.

3b is Z

rotational symmetry is about moving the object about the centre and checking image. In the exam u can ask for tracing paper and trace the where ull get a matching image. When u rotate Z 180 degrees, ull get the sameimage. In the exam u can ask for tracing paper. Trace the object and rotate it and see when the trace matches then u get an order. Every object has rotation order of 1 because it will have the same image after a rotation of 360degrees.