# Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2

Previously called 2 Unit, 3 Unit and 4 Unit Mathematics

- Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2
Revised examination specifications (including objective-response sections, consisting of ten multiple-choice questions, for each of the three courses), and revised internal assessment requirements, are in place from Term 4, 2011 for Year 12 students sitting the 2012 HSC examinations.

See Assessment and Reporting in Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1 and Mathematics Extension 2 Stage 6 below, for a full outline of the revised examination specifications and revised internal assessment requirements.

- There are no changes to syllabus content to be studied in 2012.

## Syllabus

- 2012 HSC and beyond
- Course Outcomes
- Mathematics 2/3 Unit Syllabus (content unchanged) (PDF)
- Mathematics 4 Unit Syllabus (content unchanged) (PDF)

## Assessment and examination materials

- 2012 HSC and beyond
- Assessment and Reporting in Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1 and Mathematics Extension 2 Stage 6 (PDF, 246 KB)
- Updated September 2011
- Support materials (including sample objective-response questions) – revised assessment requirements and HSC examination specifications (PDF)
- Published 14 October 2011
- Mathematics ('2 Unit' course) – sample assessment schedule
- Mathematics Extension 1 – sample assessment schedule
- Mathematics Extension 2 – sample assessment schedule

- Mathematics ('2 Unit' course) Performance band descriptions
- Also available in Word format
- Mathematics Extension 1 Peformance band descriptions
- Also available in Word format
- Mathematics Extension 2 Peformance band descriptions
- Also available in Word format
- Past HSC Examination Papers and Notes from the Marking Centre

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- Archived material
- Previous material developed in relation to the Mathematics, Mathematics Extension 1, Mathematics Extension 2 syllabus. Aspects of these documents no longer apply; however, they have been archived for reference.