Which topics always comes up in Edexcel Maths Linear A Watch

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For both Calc and Non Calc

Bonus : Are there any specific topics reserved for Calculator or Non Calculator papers?
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For both Calc and Non Calc

Bonus : Are there any specific topics reserved for Calculator or Non Calculator papers?
i am going to link this thread i made because you can find topics there http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3906471
if you still didn't find them let me know
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i am going to link this thread i made because you can find topics there http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3906471
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Hi have you done GCSE maths?

My question was ,every year there are papers for Maths,and every single year,the same topics come up.One that i know are the expanding ones.My question was,is there any more definite topics that comes up yearly?
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Hi have you done GCSE maths?

My question was ,every year there are papers for Maths,and every single year,the same topics come up.One that i know are the expanding ones.My question was,is there any more definite topics that comes up yearly?
YES!!! last year i have done edexcel GCSE maths
thats what we thought last year - as you may know too but circle theorems pretty much come every year and even my teacher told us too but they didn't come up and also simultaneous equations didn't come up in non-cal paper i think (cant remember it was last year)

but to save yourself i would suggest you to revise all the topics and look at all the exam papers to see any sequence of questions and note them down, that way you can see which ones are more likely to come up
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trigonometry (sine rule, cos rule, sohcahtoa, pythagoras) will always come up in higher tier - atleast for WJEC
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Vectors will ALWAYS come up. It is 100% guaranteed, and has been on every single GCSE A Edexcel paper. It can come up on non calc or calc
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