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1. are the previous predicted papers normally right ,meaning are they normally similar to the real exam paper ...
2. (Original post by chillygirl)
are the previous predicted papers normally right ,meaning are they normally similar to the real exam paper ...
They are always miles off.
3. How can you predict a paper?

It is nothing but a practice paper
4. apparently these ar e predicted topics

1. Histograms
2. Cumulative Frequency – Box Plots
3. Mean/ Median/ Mode etc
4. Circle Theorems
5. Similar Shapes – Enlargement
6. Scale Diagrams
7. Congruent Triangles – rules
8. Algebra
• Simultaneous Equations
• Expand
• Factorise
• Substitute
9. Probability
• Including Tables and Tree Diagrams
10. Standard Form
12. Proportion
13. NthTerm
14. Ratio
15. Locus – including construction with ruler/ compass etc
16. Stem and Leaf
17. Four rules of number
18. 3d Coordinates
19. Fractions – including algebra
20. Inequalities
21. Index Notation – powers etc
22. Graphs
• Straight line y=mx+c
• Inverse etc
• Draw
• Tabulate
23. Transformation
• Rotation
• Reflections
• Translation
• Enlargement
24. Vectors
25. Bearings
26. Function Graphs
27. Trigonometry Graphs – which do not require a calculator
28. Rational / Irrational Numbers
29. Recurring Decimals / Fractions
30. Inequalities
31. Surds
32. Expressions  Area / Volume or Length.

or maybe thats all the topics i have no idea to be honest

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