For the Mathematics IAL we cover the following six modules. The first three make-up the AS component of IAL Mathematics (a self-standing qualification) and the last three make-up the A2 component of. The AS and A2 together award the A-level in Mathematics:**AS MATHEMATICS****1. Pure Mathematics 1** Indices and Surds

Quadratic Functions

Quadratic Equations

Simultaneous Equations

Quadratic Inequalities

Graphs of simple functions

Graph Transformations

Equations of lines

Sine and Cosine Rules

Arc Length and Area

Trigonometric functions

Trigonometric functions

Simple Differentiation

Simple Integration

Simple Integration

Mathematical Proof

Polynomial Division

Remainder Theorem

Equation of the Circle

Sequences and Series

Arithmetic Series

Geormetric Series

Binomial Expansion

Logarithms

Exponential Graphs

Trigonometric Equations

Maxima and Minima

Definite Integration

Trapezium Rule

Binomial Expansion

Logarithms

Exponential Graphs

Trigonometric Equations

Maxima and Minima

Definite Integration

Trapezium Rule

Modelling using Statistics

Statistical Graphs

Measures of Location

Measures of Dispersion

Skewness

Probability

Laws of Probability

Correlation

Linear Regression

Discrete Random Variables

Modulus Function

Function of a function

Trigonometric Identities

Exponential function

Exponential graphs

Logarithmic graphs

Further Differentiation

Further Integration

Iterative solution of equations

Proof by contradiction

Partial Fractions

Parametric Equations

Binomial Expansion for any real exponent

Implicit Differentiation

Parametric Differentiation

Advanced Integration

Integration by substitution

Vectors in 3D

Vector equations of lines

Kinematics and Graphs

Accelerated Motion

Dynamics - Forces

Connected Particles

Momentum and Impulse

Coefficient of Friction

Equilibrium in inclined plane

Moments of Forces

Vectors and Equations

Accelerated Motion

Dynamics - Forces

Connected Particles

Momentum and Impulse

Coefficient of Friction

Equilibrium in inclined plane

Moments of Forces

Vectors and Equations

The Chemistry IAL envisages the following six modules. The first three make-up the AS component of IAL Chemistry which is a self-standing qualification and the last three make-up the A2 component which together with the AS make-up the full A-level. **AS CHEMISTRY**

Atoms, Molecules, Elements,

Formulae

Equations for Reactions

Relative Atomic Mass

Molar Mass

Volumes

Displacement Reactions

Reactions of Acids

Precipitation Reactions

Atomic and Mass Number

Isotopes

Ionisation Energies

Describe s and p orbitals

Blocks of Periodic Table

Periodic Properties

Ionic Bonding

Covalent Bonding

Shapes of Molecules

Metallic Bonding

Basic Organic Chemistry

Alkanes

Alkenes

Halogenoalkanes and Alcohols

Energetics

Hess's Law

Intermolecular Forces

Solvents

Redox Chemistry

Elements of Groups 1-2

Chemistry of Group 7

Kinetics and Equilibria

Halogenoalkanes

Alcohols

Mass Spectra and IR

Practical Context

Control Variables

Experimental Validity

Appreciate Uncertainties

Recognise Apparata

Safety and Health

Plot and Interpret Graphs

4. Rates, Equilibria and Further Organic Chemistry

Kinetics

Entropy and Energetics

Lattice Energy

Chemical Equilibria

Acid-Base Equilibria

Chirality

Carbonyl compounds

Carboxylic acids

Carboxylic acid derivatives

Spectroscopy and chromatography

Chemistry

Redox Equilibria

Transition Metals and their Chemistry

Organic Nitrogen Compounds: Amines, Amides,

Amino Acids and Proteins

Organic Synthesis

Solve Problems

Apply Scientific Knowledge

Process Data

Analyse Mathematically

Recognise and Understand Use of Apparata

Health and safety

The Biology IAL envisages the following six modules. The first three modules correspond to the AS Biology (a self-standing qualification) and the last three correspond to the A2 in Biology which together with the AS make the full (international) A-level in Biology.**AS BIOLOGY****1. Molecules, Diet, Transport and Health**

Monosacharides and Polysacharides

Heart and Circulation

Cardiac Cycle

Heamoglobin

Cardiovascular Disease

Gaseous Exchange

Cell Membranes

Passive Transport

Amino Acids

DNA and RNA**2. Cells, Development, Biodiversity and
Conservation**

Cell Structure

Cell Function

Reproduction

Microscopy

Mitosis

Plant Structure and Function,

Biodiversity

& Conservation

Threats

Planning Experiments

Identify Apparatus

Identify Sources of Uncertainty

Implementation and Measurements

Processing Skills

Plotting Graphs

Immunity

Energy Flow

Ecosystems and the Environment

Microbiology

Immunity and Forensics

Coordination and Gene Technology

Respiration, Muscles and the Internal

Environment

Coordination, Response and Gene Technology

Planning

Implementation and measurements

Analysis

Physics IAL is made-up of the following six modules. The first three make-up the AS-level which is a self-standing qualification and the latter three make-up the A2 which (together with the AS) make-up the full A-level in Physics. The syllabus includes two alternative to practical modules which teach laboratory skills outside the laboratory!**AS PHYSICS****1. Mechanics and Materials**

Kinematics

Accelerated Motion

Motion Graphs

Resolving vectors

Forces

Free body diagrams

Newton's Laws of Motion

Momentum

Energy, Power, Efficiency

Density, Upthrust

Stoke's Law

Hooke's Law

Young Modulus

Properties of materials**2. Waves and Electricity **

Amplitude, Frequency, Period

Wave equation

Types of Waves

Refraction

Diffraction

Polarisation

Standing Waves

DeBroglie Equation

Photoelectric Effect

Spectra

Charge and Current

Electrical Circuits

emf, internal resistance

Resistance and Resistivity

Drift Velocity**3. Practical Skills I**

Planning Experiments

Range and Resolution of Instruments

Measuring techniques

Control Variables

Health and Safety

Sources of Uncertainly

Random and Systematic Errors

Repeats and Reliability

Plotting Graphs

Measuring from Graphs**A2 PHYSICS
4. Further Mechanics Fields and Particles**

Momentum and Newton's Laws

Circular Motion

Centripetal Acceleration

Electric Forces and Fields

Charging and Discharging Capacitors and Graphs

Magnetics Fields

Flux and Flux Linkage

Force on moving charge

Faraday's and Lenz's Law

Nucleons

Composition of Matter

Particle Accelerators

Standard Model

Quarks and Leptons

Matter and Anti-matter

Mass-Energy

Heat Capacity

Internal Energy

Ideal Gas Laws

RMS speed & temperature

Nuclear Radiation

Decay Equations

Fission and fusion

Activity and half-life

Simple Harmonic Motion

Free - Forced Oscillations

Resonance

Gravitational Fields

Stefan-Boltzman Law

Wien's Law

Intensity and Flux

Stars and Stellar charts

Doppler Effect

Red Shift and Hubble Law

Design Experiments

Identify Variables

Discuss How Data is Used

Improving accuracy

Improving reliability

Uncertainties and propagating uncertainties

Transforming Equations

Plotting Graphs and Determining values

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