Legacy AS/A-Level Past Examination Papers
Past Examination Papers
These past papers are freely available. However, they should not be taken as an indication of the style or content of any modules on the current specification.The very latest A level papers can only be accessed from the OCR Interchange or through teacher access to each unit within the Integral Mathematics Resources.
Exam advice for students and teachers
Important note regarding accuracy in Statistics Units.
Use of calculators in Statistics
Use of calculators in Core, Mechanics and Decision
Curriculum 2005 (legacy).
Question papers, markschemes and reports are included in a single file for each examination.
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Unit Threshold Marks and Specification Aggregation Results
Want to convert raw marks to UMS marks? There is a useful converter on the OCR website – just enter the year of the past paper and which paper it was to get all the grade boundaries and to be able to convert a raw mark to a UMS mark.
Mark Scheme Abbreviations
Mark Scheme Abbreviations
Printed answer books at A Level
Printed answer books are now being used in the following modules as exam marking has moved to being on screen for these: C1, C2, C3, D1, S1, S2, M1, M2, FP1. The reasons for the change, timescale for introduction and advice for candidates are in this notice to centres (September 2009) from OCR. For information about on-screen marking please see notice to centres (March 2010). More information about the changes is available on the OCR website, including some practice printed answer books for those papers marked on-screen for the first time in June 2010. Practice C1, C2, M1, S1 and D1 papers with printed exam books can be found below.
A/AS level Mathematics and Further Mathematics
AS level Statistics
Curriculum 2000 (Old specification) Papers 2001-2005
For old specification past papers please see The Curriculum 2000 Archive. These past papers are freely available. However, they should not be taken as an indication of the style or content of any modules on the current specification.
Specimen and Practice Papers
Specimen papers are available from OCR. There are some MEI in-house practice papers on the online resources.
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You don't need to do everything. All that's required is:
then you can plug it right into vu-int(vu')(Original post by chemari1)
Please, tell me I dont need to state each part I'm using in integration by parts right?
The graph was all y values between 1 and 0. It goes diagonally from (0,2) to (-1,0) and (1,0),
basically reflect yours in x=0(Original post by Rees19)
For question 2 wasn't the graph only for points of x > or equal to 0 ? Because f(x) was a modulus function so it can't be on the negative x side? So a line going from (0,2) and through (1,0) and diagonally down?
So i got 17 in coursework, and according to last year, 73/90 = 80ums and ithink i got 55 in that, +17=72 which will be 79ums, if we assume last year boundaries to maintain. So, do you think this paper was even minimally harder than last years so that perhaps 72/90 may be 80ums, or am i just clutching at straws(Original post by jcm420)
it was definitely harder than most papers, but i dont think hard enough for 55/72 for 80ums. also coursework is counted so its actually x/90, so if you got like 15+ in coursework then youre probably ok