# Which topics are most likely to be on Non calculator maths paper??Watch

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Hi
I am going to be sitting the non calculator paper on monday and I was wondering if there is a specific list of topics that is going to come up or its most likely to come up.

Thank you
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4 years ago
#2
I'd assume topics regarding Maths
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4 years ago
#3
(Original post by Abdul-Karim)
I'd assume topics regarding Maths
i thought it would be topics regarding science!
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4 years ago
#4
Transformations
Angles
Circle Theoroms
Simultaneous Equations
Histograms, cumulative frequency
Surds
Vectors
Recurring Decimals

.. if you're doing edexcel then those will definetely come up
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4 years ago
#5
(Original post by xoflower)
Transformations
Angles
Circle Theoroms
Simultaneous Equations
Histograms, cumulative frequency
Surds
Vectors
Recurring Decimals

.. if you're doing edexcel then those will definetely come up
I have mine tomorrow...
I think boundaries will also come up and maybe probability.
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4 years ago
#6
what eles will come up
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4 years ago
#7
(Original post by TheStrikingOne)
I have mine tomorrow...
I think boundaries will also come up and maybe probability.
the boundaries will come up? does this mean it would be easy?????
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4 years ago
#8
(Original post by Kitty-meaw)
i thought it would be topics regarding science!
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4 years ago
#9
(Original post by noey123)
the boundaries will come up? does this mean it would be easy?????
I thought by "boundaries" he meant "upper and lower bounds"… you know, 160mm could be anywhere between 159.5 and 160.5, for example.
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4 years ago
#10
(Original post by robzwolf)
I thought by "boundaries" he meant "upper and lower bounds"… you know, 160mm could be anywhere between 159.5 and 160.5, for example.
ohhhhhhhhhhh! sorry i misunderstood!
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4 years ago
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(Original post by robzwolf)
I thought by "boundaries" he meant "upper and lower bounds"… you know, 160mm could be anywhere between 159.5 and 160.5, for example.
Oh! Sorry yes- I did mean the upper and lower boundaries.
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4 years ago
#12
(Original post by noey123)
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#13
(Original post by TheStrikingOne)
I have mine tomorrow...
I think boundaries will also come up and maybe probability.
Direct and Inverse proportion?
Re-arranging equations
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4 years ago
#14
Similar shapes
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#15
does anyone know good place to revise vectors and transformation of graphs like sine graph!! would be really appreciated!! (i've already seen mathswatch but i didn't find it that good just need to solidify it in my head)
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4 years ago
#16
(Original post by n007)
does anyone know good place to revise vectors and transformation of graphs like sine graph!! would be really appreciated!! (i've already seen mathswatch but i didn't find it that good just need to solidify it in my head)
Past papers. Look at the mark scheme for those questions or ask people on TSR to show you how to do them.
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4 years ago
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(Original post by n007)
does anyone know good place to revise vectors and transformation of graphs like sine graph!! would be really appreciated!! (i've already seen mathswatch but i didn't find it that good just need to solidify it in my head)
Do the mini tests on these topics from this website: http://keshgcsemaths.wordpress.com/gcse-maths-takeaway/
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4 years ago
#18
Factorising
Simplifying
Solving equations

These topics are on pretty much every past paper I've done.

Changing the subject of the formula
Standard form
Tree diagrams
Direct and indirect proportion
Questionnaires
Ratio

These are also likely to come up

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4 years ago
#19
Could anybody give me any resources for the probability tree diagram, please? For the life of me, I do not get it!
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4 years ago
#20
I will bet my left testicle that vectors come up in the exam.
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