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    Where can I find a topic list for questions in maths papers? Some questions I'm not sure of what they're asking me to find so I guess it'll be good practice like that
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    (Original post by TSAntidote)
    Where can I find a topic list for questions in maths papers? Some questions I'm not sure of what they're asking me to find so I guess it'll be good practice like that
    Just do loads of past papers and then you can see the questions that come up and the ones that come up most frequently. Then if you don't know a question you can revise that topic. Any more questions let me know.
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    Just do loads of past papers and then you can see the questions that come up and the ones that come up most frequently. Then if you don't know a question you can revise that topic. Any more questions let me know.
    Ah, I've been doing papers but my problem would be identifying the topic that I don't know. Usually the last 5 questions I wouldn't know the topic. Like in the; June 2015 non cal and the November 2013 non cal
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    (Original post by TSAntidote)
    Ah, I've been doing papers but my problem would be identifying the topic that I don't know. Usually the last 5 questions I wouldn't know the topic. Like in the; June 2015 non cal and the November 2013 non cal
    Could you screenshot what you dont know? Then I could tell you
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    (Original post by TSAntidote)
    Where can I find a topic list for questions in maths papers? Some questions I'm not sure of what they're asking me to find so I guess it'll be good practice like that
    The exam board website will have the specification.

    E.g. if you do Edexcel LInear :

    http://qualifications.pearson.com/co..._Spec_2012.pdf
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    http://www.mathedup.co.uk/classes/10...aths-takeaway/

    Everything is on that pretty much
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    Could you screenshot what you dont know? Then I could tell you
    I've uploaded it using imgur
    http://imgur.com/ekOVjUj
    http://imgur.com/1PstCn6
    http://imgur.com/4V0VTJV
    http://imgur.com/yKjbyUA
    http://imgur.com/qax3sD2
    http://imgur.com/zq3t6nx
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    1)Okay so the first one is surds and negative indices
    2)Not sure what the second one comes under tbh, even i could do with someone letting me know what that comes under
    3)Same with the third ^ not sure what that comes under tbh.
    4)Fourth is the same as the first link lol
    5)Fifth is knowing about exterior and interior angles
    6)Sixth i have no idea.
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    1)Okay so the first one is surds and negative indices
    2)Not sure what the second one comes under tbh, even i could do with someone letting me know what that comes under
    3)Same with the third ^ not sure what that comes under tbh.
    4)Fourth is the same as the first link lol
    5)Fifth is knowing about exterior and interior angles
    6)Sixth i have no idea.
    Second is volumes and shapes/geometry. Same for the fourth. Sixth is geometry: areas.

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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Second is volumes and shapes/geometry. Same for the fourth. Sixth is geometry: areas.
    You mean same for the third? Fourth is the surds and negative indices
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    (Original post by junayd1998)
    You mean same for the third? Fourth is the surds and negative indices
    Yeah, same as third. I mixed it up because you wrote "3) same for the third^"
 
 
 
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