The difference between old spec and new spec of a level maths

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I found a video of this girl on YouTube doing a 1hr maths a level but it's separated into C1 and C2 I know the maths level has changed but it hasn't changed that much and have mocks in September and I think her videos will help me summarise all the information to refresh my head when I'm done reading so can anyone tell me where I should stop

I've to finish AS pure maths and does anyone know what could be missing
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If you convert the old maths course into the new one, A-Level runs from C1-C4. It'll pretty much all be the same as usual.
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The full a level goes between C1 -C4 of the old spec for pure maths but you also do statistics and mechanics. I wouldn’t recommend using old spec videos as some of the content isn’t relevant to you. If you need a good recap resource I’d recommend TL MATHS. I used to watch his videos on speed x1.5 and the videos are short but really in-depth so you cover all the content. His website is split so you can easily access AS level content only and he also does some practice questions, so it’s an efficient revision resource if you do the questions while at the same time as him.
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(Original post by Zoeva123)
The full a level goes between C1 -C4 of the old spec for pure maths but you also do statistics and mechanics. I wouldn’t recommend using old spec videos as some of the content isn’t relevant to you. If you need a good recap resource I’d recommend TL MATHS. I used to watch his videos on speed x1.5 and the videos are short but really in-depth so you cover all the content. His website is split so you can easily access AS level content only and he also does some practice questions, so it’s an efficient revision resource if you do the questions while at the same time as him.
Oh ok thank you ill definitely use him !
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For the pure side, you'll miss vectors, differentiation of exponential functions, differentiation from first principles, maybe logarithmic graphs. Think basically everything else in pure is in there though.

See this mapping document https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...t_mapping.xlsx
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