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    What topics do you think will come up in the Maths Non-Cal?
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    Have you been given the sample paper? It's what people on the Internet and teachers believe the paper will be like.
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    (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?
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    can you even predict maths??
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    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
    - loads of cumulative frequency
    - 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.
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    (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!
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    (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
    - loads of cumulative frequency
    - 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
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    (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!
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    (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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