**Syllabus & Assessment**

### 8865 H1 Mathematics

The SEAB syllabus document for H1 Mathematics can be found here.

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.
Candidates will be expected to answer **all** questions.

### 9758 H2 Mathematics

The SEAB syllabus document for H2 Mathematics can be found here.

For the examination in H2 Mathematics, there will be two 3-hour papers, each carrying 50% of the total mark, and each marked out of 100, as follows:

**PAPER 1 (3 hours)**

A paper consisting of about 10 to 12 questions of different lengths and marks based on the Pure Mathematics section of the syllabus.

There will be at least two questions on application of Mathematics in real-world contexts, including those from sciences and engineering. 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.

**PAPER 2 (3 hours)**

A paper consisting of 2 sections, Sections A and B.

**Section A (Pure Mathematics – 40 marks)** will consist of 4 to 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 on application of Mathematics in real-world contexts, including those from sciences and engineering. 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.

### 9649 H2 Further Mathematics

The SEAB syllabus document for H2 Further Mathematics can be found here.

For the examination in H2 Further Mathematics, there will be two 3-hour papers, each carrying 50% of the total mark, and each marked out of 100, as follows:

**PAPER 1 (3 hours)**

A paper consisting of 10 to 12 questions of different lengths and marks based on the Pure Mathematics section of the syllabus.

There will be at least two questions on application of Mathematics in real-world contexts, including those from sciences and engineering. 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.

**PAPER 2 (3 hours)**

A paper consisting of two sections, Sections A and B.

**Section A (Pure Mathematics – 50 marks)** will consist of 5 to 6 questions of different lengths and marks based on the Pure Mathematics section (i.e. Algebra and Calculus, and Discrete Mathematics, Matrices and Numerical Methods) of the syllabus.

**Section B (Probability and Statistics – 50 marks)** will consist of 5 to 6 questions of different lengths and marks based on the Probability and Statistics section of the syllabus.

There will be at least two questions in Section B on application of Mathematics in real-world contexts, including those from sciences and engineering. 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.

### 9820 H3 Mathematics

The SEAB syllabus document for H3 Mathematics can be found here.

For the examination in H3 Mathematics, there will be a one 3-hour paper marked out of 100.

The paper will consist of 8 to 10 questions of different lengths, and each question is worth 9 to 16 marks.

Candidates will be expected to answer **all** questions.