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# Likely Topics To Come Up In Edexcel Maths GCSE Watch

1. What topics do you think will come up in the Maths Non-Cal?
2. Have you been given the sample paper? It's what people on the Internet and teachers believe the paper will be like.
3. (Original post by futurematters)
Have you been given the sample paper? It's what people on the Internet and teachers believe the paper will be like.
Are they usually correct?
4. can you even predict maths??
5. So from this predicted non-calculator paper there are questions on:
- estimations
- multiplying a fraction and a whole number
- addition with numbers like 1 and 3/4 add 3 and a half
- vector
- drawing a straight line graph
- moving y=f(x) graphs
- percentages of amounts
- questionnaires
- solving equations with more than one x^2
- area and then finding cost
- simultaneous equations
- volume where you are not given the length of each side but the area of a few faces
- interior angles
-standard form
- box plot
- lowest common multiple
- factorising and expanding
- perpendicular bisector
- proportion
- translations
- angles in a circle
- probability

I know that seems a lot but I've even broken each question down into mini sections.
6. (Original post by funky23)
Are they usually correct?
I have no idea sorry! Worth looking at, but also revising things that aren't on it. It shouldn't be used instead of revsion!
7. (Original post by futurematters)
So from this predicted non-calculator paper there are questions on:
- estimations
- multiplying a fraction and a whole number
- addition with numbers like 1 and 3/4 add 3 and a half
- vector
- drawing a straight line graph
- moving y=f(x) graphs
- percentages of amounts
- questionnaires
- solving equations with more than one x^2
- area and then finding cost
- simultaneous equations
- volume where you are not given the length of each side but the area of a few faces
- interior angles
-standard form
- box plot
- lowest common multiple
- factorising and expanding
- perpendicular bisector
- proportion
- translations
- angles in a circle
- probability

I know that seems a lot but I've even broken each question down into mini sections.
Where did you get this topic list? just wondering before i start revising from it
8. (Original post by surina16)
can you even predict maths??
I don't know why they think those topics will come up, and I don't know how reliable it is, but worth a look!
9. (Original post by JRT123)
Where did you get this topic list? just wondering before i start revising from it
I've made the list from a predicted non-calculator paper everyone in my school has been given. If you are going to revise these topics, please also revise stuff I haven't written about just in case, would hate to give you incorrect information, but this is honestly what is on the predicted paper.

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