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1. edexcel gcse. I have a list of topics to revise for but they are a mixture of non calc and calc. I don't want to waste time revising and stressing out on a non calc topic.
2. (Original post by najama_)
edexcel gcse. I have a list of topics to revise for but they are a mixture of non calc and calc. I don't want to waste time revising and stressing out on a non calc topic.
This file may be helpful, just go to the appropriate section (Foundation or Higher) and the predicted topics should be there.
3. Our teachers gave us a list based upon the non-calculator paper of topics that are likely to come up for the calculator paper:

Trig
Algebraic proofs
Upper and lower bounds
Frequency tables
Drawing a graph of some sort (as there was nothing in paper one)
Similar shape
Ratios
Angles in parallel lines
Simultaneous equations
Trial and improvements

Remember that just because a question is on a calculator paper doesn't mean you need to use a calculator so there aren't always calculator and non-calculator topics
4. (Original post by hamza772000)
This file may be helpful, just go to the appropriate section (Foundation or Higher) and the predicted topics should be there.
hey thanks but i don't want just predicted because it may not come up. I want to know all sorts of possible topics that could come up so i'm confident in every single one of them
5. (Original post by Jazzy_j_)
Our teachers gave us a list based upon the non-calculator paper of topics that are likely to come up for the calculator paper:

Trig
Algebraic proofs
Upper and lower bounds
Frequency tables
Drawing a graph of some sort (as there was nothing in paper one)
Similar shape
Ratios
Angles in parallel lines
Simultaneous equations
Trial and improvements

Remember that just because a question is on a calculator paper doesn't mean you need to use a calculator so there aren't always calculator and non-calculator topics
thank you and oh yeah omg i just realised you're right. Do you know all the topics that may come up? not just predicted??
6. (Original post by najama_)
hey thanks but i don't want just predicted because it may not come up. I want to know all sorts of possible topics that could come up so i'm confident in every single one of them
Okay, so I found this file and it seems to include ALL the topics. However, you may want to confirm by checking in a revision guide, but I'm pretty confident these are all the topics.

7. (Original post by hamza772000)
Okay, so I found this file and it seems to include ALL the topics. However, you may want to confirm by checking in a revision guide, but I'm pretty confident these are all the topics.

thank you so muchh!!!!!!!
8. (Original post by najama_)
thank you so muchh!!!!!!!
No problem.

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