The New Maths A Level
The A level structure changed in 2017, moving away from the modular approach. Consequently, there are few past papers available for the new exam structure. However, most of the topics covered are the same so there are many useful revision guides and exam questions that are relevant, if you know where to look.
The diagram below shows how the original modules map into each year of study of the new A level. Students can use this to make use of the previous modular past paper questions and revision notes relevant to their year of study, increasing the exam preparation material available to them.
The boards are all very similar so I suggest trying questions from any board. Use the buttons (below right) to access the relevant material.