A Level

These are resources relating to my A Level courses, sat in the 2004-2006 period. No guarantee is given that these notes are accurate or up-to-date for current courses however they served me well and may be of use to others too!

A Level Computing (AQA)

A Level Physics (Edexcel)

  • Course Specification [PDF]
  • AS Revision Booklet (with Astrophysics) [PDF]
  • A2 Revision Booklet [PDF]
  • Topic Notes:

A Level Mathematics (with Mechanics) (Edexcel)

  • Course Specification [PDF]
  • Course Formula Booklet [PDF]
  • C1 Revision Sheet [PDF]
  • C2 Revision Sheet [PDF]
  • C3 Revision Sheet [PDF]
  • M1 Revision Sheet [PDF]
  • M2 Revision Sheet [PDF]

A Level Religious Studies (Edexcel)

  • Course Specification [PDF]
  • AS Ethics Revision Notes [PDF]
  • AS Philosophy Revision Notes [PDF]
  • A2 Ethics Revision Notes [PDF]
  • A2 Philosophy Revision Notes [PDF]
  • Essays:
    • Examine and comment on Nietzsche's ideas about religion [PDF]
    • Explain the principle "You ought to act in such a way that you would be willing to universalise the act" [PDF]
    • Compare and contrast Intuitionism and Emotivism [PDF]
    • Examine critically what is meant by Natural Law with reference to morality. Analyse and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Natural Law as an ethical theory [PDF]
    • Comment on the two claims "Religion should be separate from Morality" and "Morality is Enhanced By Its Links to Religion" [PDF]
    • Outline the view that there are no rights and wrongs in Sexual Ethics. Examine and comment on the view that conscience is the best guide for solving moral dilemma in sexual ethics [PDF]
    • Give an account of the key ideas of Situation Ethics. Identify and comment on the weaknesses of Situation Ethics. [PDF]
    • Examine the key features of the Moral Argument for the Existence of God [PDF]
    • The Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God [PDF]
    • Examine key ideas in critiques of religious belief. Consider critically whether any of these ideas support the claim that there is no God [PDF]
    • Comment on the strengths and weaknesses of the Design Argument for the existence of God. [PDF]
    • Compare, contrast and discuss two of the following terms: Reincarnation, Rebirth, Resurrection and Immortality of the Soul. [PDF]
    • Analyse and evaluate the claim "The Ontological Argument succeeds in proving the existence of God, rather than indicating the probability of God." [PDF]
    • Analyse and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the argument for the existence of God based on Religious Experience. [PDF]
    • Describe the way William James explains the religious experiences he studied. [PDF]