# GCSE Maths

## Number

## Standard Form (Scientific Notation)

## Percentages

## Algebra and Functions

## Identity or Equation?

## Expanding Brackets

## Solving Linear Equations

## Indices

- Introduction to indices (exponents)
- Multiplication rules for indices
- Division rule for indices
- Negative indices
- Fractions raised to a negative index
- Rational (fractional) indices
- Simplifying terms with negative powers
- Expressing terms in the form ax
^{n} - Equations in which the power has to be found
- Summary of indices

## Functions

## Factorising

## Completing the Square

## Quadratics

## Quadratic Graphs

## Inequalities

## Graph Transformations

## Graph Transformations

## Rational Expressions

## Sequences and Series

## Working with Sequences and Series

## Coordinate Geometry 1

## Lines

## Intersection of Graphs

## Trigonometry

## Pythagoras’ Theorem

## Trigonometry: Right-Angled Triangles

## Trigonometric Ratios

## Trigonometry: Non Right-Angled Triangles

## Trigonometry: Graphs

## Shapes

## Sectors: area and arc length

## Vectors

## Probability

## Possibility Space (Sample Space)

## Statistics

## Median and Quartiles

## Statistical diagrams

## About GCSE Maths

GCSE maths has a grading system that uses numbers 1-9 to identify levels of performance with 9 being the top level. A student will either enter for the Higher tier covering grades 4-9 or for the Foundation tier covering grades 1-5.

There will be three papers at each tier, two papers where candidates can use a calculator and a third paper where calculators are not to be used.

The syllabus is divided into six sections that test

1. Number

2. Algebra

3. Ratio, proportion and rates of change

4. Geometry and measure

5. Probability

6. Statistics

The main examination boards are Edexcel, AQA and OCR.

On this site you will find plenty of video tutorials which hopefully will give you the confidence and support you need to tackle your maths GCSE.