Self-paced Course Overview

The Rugby School Online A-level Mathematics self-paced course is designed to drill into the most difficult concepts and topics across all exam board syllabuses; those that our teachers have discovered tend to trip students up in A2 exams.

There is a minimum of 8 hours’ material in this self-paced course, but much more if you use it effectively as part of your revision programme – revisiting the videos, memorising some of the animations and retesting yourself on the questions posed.

Each of the following topics are comprehensively explained through videos involving verbal explanations and animations, and varied multiple-choice questions:

  • Hypothesis Testing
  • Rates of Change
  • Trigonometry
  • Normal Distribution
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Integration

These self-paced materials can be used standalone as part of your own structured revision programme; or supplemented with our Easter 2 or 4-day Sprint Finish/Small Group intensive revision sessions.

If you have any queries, please get in touch, and we will be happy to assist.

Ilia Kurgansky

Ilia Kurgansky graduated from Imperial College London with an MSci in Theoretical Physics.He has since worked at Wellington College...


Ilia Kurgansky

Ilia Kurgansky graduated from Imperial College London with an MSci in Theoretical Physics. He has since worked at Wellington College as a Maths teacher, where he also set up a successful Computer Science department.

While there, he also participated in the introduction of the Harkness learning method to the Mathematics department, co-authoring a workbook on Mechanics.

Ilia moved on to teach at a prestigious international school in South Korea, where he also delivered seminars on digital learning to a professional audience.

Returning to the UK, Ilia has taken up the role of Head of Computing at Rugby School, while teaching A Level Mathematics.

He is currently the Director of EdTech and is heavily involved with course development for Rugby Online.

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