Please Note: These are just some of the topics that may be covered for GCSE maths which may help with revision
Standard Form (Scientific Notation)
Identity or Equation?
Solving Linear Equations
- 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 axn
- Equations in which the power has to be found
- Summary of indices
Completing the Square
Intersection of Graphs
Sequences and Series
Ratio, proportion and rates of change
Geometry and measures
Sectors: area and arc length
Trigonometry: Right-Angled Triangles
Trigonometry: Non Right-Angled Triangles
Possibility Space (Sample Space)
Median and Quartiles
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
- The main examination boards for GCSE maths 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 GCSE maths course.
- Don’t forget to take a look at the GCSE math exam tips page.
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