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What will appear on our formula sheet for Edexcel exams?

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All the information will be on the exam boards website. In the last few years it has understandably changed a few times so worth keeping up to date with announcements. Start here Summer 2022 support | Pearson qualifications

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Ibrahim Aziz

This is a link to the formula sheet:


https://qualifications.pearson.com/content/dam/pdf/A%20Level/Mathematics/2017/specification-and-sample-assesment/Pearson_Edexcel_A_Level_GCE_in_Mathematics_Formulae_Book.pdf

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Carl Rodgers

The formula sheet will have a full list of all formulae that you are expected to be able to use as set out in the syllabus.

The booklet itself (which you can download online if you want to have a look), is divided up by exam. While it looks extremely complex, note you are not required to memorise any of it, focus on understanding how to use the formulae will make the formula sheet really useful in the exam. It's worth getting comfortable with it, great question!



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You can see this on the Edexcel Maths website

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Hi!!


You can actually find the formula sheet online on the Edexcel website or just by Googling 'Edexcel A Level Maths formula sheet'. I would attach it for you both link doesn't seem to be working.


An example of subjects it covers includes, the quadratic formula, probability formulae, trigonometric identities, common integrals and differentials,


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Theo Coleman

This is the same every year, if you google edexcel maths formula sheet, it should come up

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