The Ultimate Study Tool For A Level Maths

John Armstrong, a level maths tutor and further maths tutor

Hi, I’m John Armstrong, teacher of A-Level Maths and creator of The Ultimate Study Tool for A-Level Maths

“The Ultimate Study Tool for A Level Maths is an all-encompassing online bank of lessons, worksheets and exam questions aimed at helping students achieve and teachers teach.”

  • Hundreds of hours of detailed video tutorials;
  • Thousands of worksheet questions with FULL WORKED SOLUTIONS;
  • Exam questions by topic to go with all of the above.
  • For teachers: fully planned and resourced lessons covering the whole of the A Level Maths specification ready for teachers to deliver to classes.

My Motivation Behind The Ultimate Study Tool for A-Level Maths

There are so many online learning platforms out there that claim to be the real deal, but so many of them focus on the wrong things: often beautiful aesthetics that aren’t backed up by useful and clear content.

The Ultimate Study Tool is different. The focus is entirely on the needs of you, the student. 

Many thousands of hours have gone into carefully crafting worked examples (filmed by myself, John Armstrong, the creator of to help students learn what they need to learn, and help teachers teach exactly what they need to teach.

Furthermore, when registering as a school, teachers have access to fully planned lessons that match the examples in my tutorial videos precisely.

Showcasing The Ultimate Study Tool For A Level Maths

“A picture paints a thousand words”. And a video even more. Take a look at this walkthrough of what the Ultimate Study Tool for A Level Maths has to offer. Or sign up for free to view the content yourself!

How is The Ultimate Study Tool for A Level Maths Structured?

The Ultimate Study Tool breaks down every skill required by A Level Maths into a 3 stage process:

  1.  Learning: Clear and concise videos are produced for every skill in the A Level Maths specification. All content is introduced from first principles to demonstrate exactly how you can apply each required mathematical skill to a variety of different situations.
  2.  Practising: Carefully crafted worksheets of strategically chosen questions have been produced to provide you with all of the materials you need to develop and improve the fluency of your newly learnt skills.
  3.  Revising: Once you have learnt a selection of skills in a subject area, the best way to then consolidate that knowledge and make sure it stays in long term memory, is to practise exam questions that draw on those skills. For every section of the A Level Maths course, we have collated relevant and challenging exam questions to help you do just that.