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anybody have a copy of the edexcel maths higher mock autumn 2015
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I I did mine last week but I have no idea where to get the papers from, sorry!


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I I did mine last week but I have no idea where to get the papers from, sorry!


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thank you, do u recall the subjects in the paper or any questions that you struggled with.
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Which papers are you doing as I did methods one and applications two


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I'm doing higher linear papers.
i struggle with paper 2, so can you give me an indication of whats coming up
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I'm doing higher linear papers.
i struggle with paper 2, so can you give me an indication of whats coming up
Your teachers could use the summer 2015 paper, the November 2015 paper, an older paper, an official 2015 mock paper that edexcel have recently provided or a paper that they have made themselves. Cheating on your mock by seeing the paper beforehand won't help you do well in the real exam.

Anything that wasn't on your non-calculator paper could appear on calculator so think back to what was on it. Scatter graphs? Box plots? Cumulative frequency? Factorise? Expand brackets? Vectors? Simultaneous equations? Algebraic fractions / algebraic fraction equations ....
Many of the topics that will be there will not require a calculator.
Topics that do often feature are:
Pythagoras
Trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA)
Advanced trigonometry (sine, cosine and area of a triangle rules)
Area and volume, especially involving circles or prisms.
Trial and improvement
Solving quadratics using the formula
Estimate a mean from grouped data
Histograms (if not on non calc)
Cumulative frequency (if not on non calc)
Probability (any topics not on non calc)
% problems that need a calculator using multipliers
Reverse % (original price calculations)
Compound interest.
Value for money calculations.

And at the risk of repeating, ANY topic that could be done with or without a calculator that wasn't tested on non-calc (algebra, circle theorems, angle facts on parallel lines, interior/exterior angles, bearings.....)
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