Applications and Interpretation HL for IBDP Maths – Study Resources

## Applications and Interpretation HL for IBDP Maths

Applications and Interpretation  Maths in IBDP is required at either standard level or higher level. This course at IITianAcademy covers all five topics Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HL Syllabus.

Math AI is a more traditional course, with more emphasis on number & algebra, geometry & trig, and calculus. As for the actual content, you can refer to the subject guides for each course.

# Exam Style Practice Questions, Notes and Past Paper for IBDP Maths -Applications and Interpretation HL

IBDP Applications and Interpretation HL

IBDP  Applications and Interpretation SL

#### External assessment details - Applications and Interpretation HL

Applications and Interpretation HL Paper 1

Duration: 2 hour

Weighting: 30%

• This paper consists of compulsory short-response questions
• Questions on this paper will vary in terms of length and level of difficulty.
• A GDC is required for this paper, but not every question will necessarily require its use.
• Individual questions will not be worth the same number of marks. The marks allocated are indicated at the start of each question.

Formula booklet

Each student must have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

Syllabus coverage

Knowledge of all  SL topics is required for this paper. However, not all topics are necessarily assessed in every examination session.

Mark allocation

• This paper is worth 110 marks, representing 30% of the final mark.
• Questions of varying levels of difficulty and length are set. Therefore, individual questions may not necessarily each be worth the same number of marks. The exact number of marks allocated to each question is indicated at the start of the question.

Question type

• Questions of varying levels of difficulty are set.
• One or more steps may be needed to solve each question.
• Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.

Applications and Interpretation HL Paper 2

Duration: 2 hour

Weighting: 30%

• This paper consists of compulsory extended-response questions.
• Questions on this paper will vary in terms of length and level of difficulty.
• A GDC is required for this paper, but not every question will necessarily require its use.
• Individual questions will not be worth the same number of marks. The marks allocated are indicated at the start of each question.

Formula booklet

Each student must have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

Syllabus coverage

Knowledge of all  SL topics is required for this paper. However, not all topics are necessarily assessed in every examination session.

Mark allocation

• This paper is worth 110 marks, representing 30% of the final mark.
• Questions of varying levels of difficulty and length are set. Therefore, individual questions may not necessarily each be worth the same number of marks. The exact number of marks allocated to each question is indicated at the start of the question.

Question type

• Questions require extended responses.
• Individual questions may require knowledge of more than one topic.
• Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.
• Normally, each question reflects an incline of difficulty, from relatively easy tasks at the start of a question to relatively difficult tasks at the end of a question. The emphasis is upon sustained reasoning.

Applications and Interpretation HL Paper 3

Duration: 1 hour

Weighting: 20%

• This paper consists of two compulsory extended-response problem-solving questions.
• A GDC is required for this paper, but not every question part will necessarily require its use.

Formula booklet

Each student must have access to a clean copy of the formula booklet during the examination.

Syllabus coverage

Where possible, the first part of each question will be on syllabus content leading to the problem-solving context. Therefore, knowledge of all syllabus topics is required for this paper.

Mark allocation

• This paper is worth 55 marks, representing 20% of the final mark.
• Questions of varying levels of difficulty and length are set. Therefore, individual questions may not necessarily each be worth the same number of marks. The exact number of marks allocated to each question is indicated at the start of the question.

Question type

• Individual questions will develop from a single theme where the emphasis is on problem solving leading to a generalization or the interpretation of a context.
• Questions may be presented in the form of words, symbols, diagrams or tables, or combinations of these.
• Normally, each question reflects an incline in difficulty, from relatively easy at the start of a question to relatively difficult tasks at the end of the question. The emphasis is on problem solving.
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