## Is further maths harder than HL?

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In terms of how difficult they are, my school did both and I think the general consensus was that further maths a level is harder in the sense that you cover more content, but easier in that you have more time to learn it and its one of 3 or 4 subjects rather than 6.

## What is further math HL?

Rather, further mathematics HL is an optional course for students with a particular aptitude and interest in mathematics, enabling them to study some wider and deeper aspects of mathematics, but is by no means a necessary qualification to study for a degree in mathematics.

**What is the formula of L in maths?**

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Square | `A=l^2` | `l` : length of side |
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Regular polygon | `A=P/2xxa` | `P` : perimeter `a` : apothem |

Circle | `A=pir^2` `P=2pir` | `r` : radius `P` : perimeter |

Cone (lateral surface) | `A=pirxxs` | `r` : radius `s` : slant height |

Sphere (surface area) | `A=4pir^2` | `r`: radius |

### What is HL math called?

Mathematics Higher Level

Mathematics Higher Level (HL) is a two-year course offered by the International Baccalaureate (IB) and is one of the Group 5 (Mathematics and Computer Science) courses for the IB Diploma Programme. The Standard Level (SL) mathematics courses are Mathematical Studies SL, Mathematics SL, and Further Mathematics SL.

### Is IB Math the hardest?

The Further Maths HL course in IB is easily one of the hardest subjects to nail from the lot. However, any student who wishes to pursue University studies in science, engineering, or commerce should definitely go for this subject.

**Is a level further maths harder than IB?**

A-level Maths: A level Maths is considered to be more difficult than IB Math SL.

#### Is Further Maths A-level university level?

A level Further Maths is a totally separate A Level to A Level Maths. Students study A Level Further Maths will get a grade in A Level Maths and another grade for A Level Further Maths, plus a separate amount of UCAS points.

#### What is SL and HL math?

HL stands for Higher Level while SL stands for Standard Level. The difference between the two is the amount of work you do as well as, in most cases, an additional paper when you sit your final exams (usually this is Paper 3).

**What is SL and HL in IB?**

A: HL indicates “higher level” and SL indicates “standard level” for the exams. All courses, with the exception of Math, Environmental Systems and Societies and ab initio language, are taught at the HL level.