QCE Mathematical Methods
Subscribing to ReviseOnline QCE Mathematical Methods course (Units 1&2 and Units 3&4) gives you access to an extensive range of revision material, which can deliver a significant boost to your ATAR score. The major domains of mathematics in Mathematical Methods are Algebra, Functions, relations and their graphs, Calculus and Statistics. Topics are developed systematically, with increasing levels of sophistication, complexity and connection, and build on algebra, functions and their graphs, and probability from the P–10 Australian Curriculum. The ability to translate written, numerical, algebraic, symbolic and graphical information from one representation to another is a vital part of learning in Mathematical Methods.
Using only QCE Curriculum specific assessment material, students use ReviseOnline to develop skills to more effectively articulate responses and manage time pressure, leading to less stress and higher scores.
Users of ReviseOnline Mathematical Methods will receive:
Course 
Topic tests 
Exam builders 
Full exams 
Unit 1&2 
12 
2 
4 
Unit 3&4 
14 
2 
4 
Structure of assessments (Unit 3&4)

Topic tests  Paper One  3 Multiple Choice (3 marks), 2 Short Answers (13 marks). Paper Two  3 Multiple Choice (3 marks), 2 Short Answers (13 marks). Suggested time 40 min each

Exam builders  Paper One  6 Multiple Choice (6 marks), 6 Short Answers (34 marks). Paper Two  6 Multiple Choice (6 marks), 6 Short Answers (34 marks). Suggested time 2hr each

Full exams  Paper One  10 Multiple Choice (10 marks), 9 Short Answers (50 marks). Paper Two  10 Multiple Choice (10 marks), 9 Short Answers (50 marks). Suggested time 3hr each
Marking keys
Each test or exam also comes complete with sample answers and QCE style marking keys. Multiple choice are automatically marked for you.
Topic areas covered:
Unit 1&2 
Unit 3&4 
Arithmetic and geometric sequences and series 
The logarithmic function 
Functions and graphs 
Unit 3 Further differentiation and applications 
Counting and probability 
Integrals 
Exponential functions and the Logarithmic function 
Unit 4 Further differentiation and applications 
Trigonometric functions 
Trigonometric functions 
Introduction to differential calculus 
Discrete and Continuous random variables and the normal distribution 

Interval estimates for proportions 