For the examination in H1 Mathematics, there will be one 3-hour paper marked out of 100 as follows:
Section A (Pure Mathematics – 40 marks) will consist of about 5 questions of different lengths and marks
based on the Pure Mathematics section of the syllabus.
Section B (Probability and Statistics – 60 marks) will consist of 6 to 8 questions of different lengths and
marks based on the Probability and Statistics section of the syllabus.
There will be at least two questions, with at least one in each section, in the application of Mathematics in
real-world contexts, including those from business and the social sciences. Each question will carry at least
12 marks and may require concepts and skills from more than one topic.
Candidates will be expected to answer all questions.