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STEP II modules

The STEP II papers share the same syllabus as STEP I, but the questions are harder. We therefore recommend that you should prepare by working through the Foundation modules before tackling these. The STEP II modules are designed to be started near the beginning of Year 13.

Each of these STEP II modules consists of a selection of STEP II questions, together with hints and solutions. The modules also contain "topic notes" which consists of useful formulae you should be aware of, together with some general hints and advice.

These modules can be tackled in whichever order you like, but we would suggest that you do the "STEP II Calculus" module first, followed by the "STEP II Curve Sketching" module.

The questions in these modules are from 2012 or before, leaving you with the 2013 papers onwards to use as complete practice papers.

There is more information about the different module types here.

STEP II Calculus

This module introduces you to questions from the Calculus section of the STEP II specification.
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Step II Curve Sketching

This module introduces you to questions from the Curve Sketching section of the STEP II specification.
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STEP II Equations and Inequalities

This module introduces you to questions from the equations and inequalities parts of the STEP II specification. Many of these techniques will be needed when solving other questions!
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Step II Trigonometry

This module introduces you to questions from the Trigonometry section of the STEP II specification.
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STEP II Vectors

This module introduces you to questions from the Vectors section of the STEP II specification.
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STEP II Mechanics

This module introduces you to questions from the Mechanics section of the STEP II specification.
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STEP II Statistics

This module introduces you to questions from the Statistics section of the STEP II specification.
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STEP II Miscellaneous Pure

This module contains a selection of questions which don't fit neatly into the other categories.
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