To prepare for HSC Maths exams, students should practise answering a variety of questions across the topic areas of the course.

HSC Maths Exam Checkpoints:

- Don’t round off results until the last step of your working. It is desired to store the exact values into the calculators.
- The number of marks allocated to each part of a question located at the right side of each questions indicates how extensive your response should be.
- You must draw clear, large, well-labelled diagrams and include given data or information, as well as information calculated in your response.
- Set your work out logically.
- Do not write or draw on the diagrams in the question paper and then refer to them in your solutions – the markers will not see your question paper. Draw any diagrams you are requested to copy, and any others that you want to add to or refer to, in your writing booklet.
- Remember to check any equation or expression from the question paper that you have written down to avoid transcription errors.
- If ‘NOT TO SCALE’ accompanies a diagram, don’t waste valuable time trying to measure lines or angles.

Make sure you are familiar with how your calculator works, how to set it on the correct mode and how to switch modes if required. - You should be well versed in the use of the
prior to the exams, as they provide significant support. Leave time to review your answers, check your working, including the ‘reasonableness’ of each answer for the question asked.**Standard Integrals page**

Lessons

#### Integration > Exam Preparation Papers

- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 1
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 2
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 3
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 4
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 5
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 6
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 7
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 8
- Integration > Exam Preparation Paper 9

#### Trigonometric Functions > Differentiation

- Differentiation of Sine Function : Chain Rule
- Differentiation of Sine Function : Product Rule
- Differentiation of Sine Function : Quotient Rule
- Differentiation of Cosine Function : Chain Rule
- Differentiation of Cosine Function : Product Rule
- Differentiation of Cosine Function : Quotient Rule
- Differentiation of Tangent Function
- Differentiation of Degrees
- Applications of Differentiation