# A Level Maths OCR MEI Past Papers

You have found the OCR MEI A Level Maths past exam papers. On this page you will see the full list of past papers as well as the OCR MEI 2017 A Level Maths specimen papers which are relevant to the new course starting in 2017 with exams in 2019. Studying OCR MEI A Level Maths? Maths Made Easy will help you revise.

## AS and A Level Mathematics B MEI (RESIT ONLY)

OCR MEI A Level Maths B Spec at a glance

The OCR MEI A level maths specification is very challenging. The MEI A Level maths course has been renamed by OCR and is now simply called OCR MEI A Level Mathematics B Specification.

Pure mathematics and mechanics (01)

• 100 marks
• 2 hours
• 36.4% of the qualification
• Component 01 assesses content from areas 1 and 2.Section A contains shorter questions with less reading and interpretation. Section B has longer questions with multi-step problems.

Pure mathematics and statistics (02)

• 100 marks
• 2 hours
• 36.4%
• Component 02 assesses content from areas 1 and 3. Section A has shorter questions with less reading and interpretation whereas section B consists of longer questions that involve multi-step problem solving aspects. Some questions will be asked that are based on the data set which OCR MEI release. Students should study this data set in preparation for the questions that relate to it.

Pure mathematics and comprehension (03)

• 75 marks
• 2 hours
• 27.3%
• Component 03 assesses content from area 1 with assumed understanding from areas 2 and 3.Section A is 60 marks and assess pure knowledge.Section B is 15 marks on a previously unseen comprehension passage based on the pure mathematics content of the entire MEI specification.

Content Summary

The following topics are what will be covered in each area of the OCR A Level maths specification B course.

Area 1: Pure mathematics

• Proof
• Algebra
• Functions
• Graphs
• Coordinate geometry
• Sequences and series
• Trigonometry
• Exponentials and logarithms
• Calculus
• Numerical methods
• Vectors

Area 2: Statistics

• Statistical sampling
• Data presentation and interpretation
• Probability
• Probability distributions
• Statistical hypothesis testing

Area 3: Mechanics

• Models and quantities
• Kinematics in one dimension
• Kinematics in two dimensions
• Projectiles
• Forces
• Newton’s laws of motion
• Rigid bodies