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    edexcel gcse. I have a list of topics to revise for but they are a mixture of non calc and calc. I don't want to waste time revising and stressing out on a non calc topic.
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    (Original post by najama_)
    edexcel gcse. I have a list of topics to revise for but they are a mixture of non calc and calc. I don't want to waste time revising and stressing out on a non calc topic.
    This file may be helpful, just go to the appropriate section (Foundation or Higher) and the predicted topics should be there.
    Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0N...ew?usp=sharing
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    Our teachers gave us a list based upon the non-calculator paper of topics that are likely to come up for the calculator paper:

    Trig
    Algebraic proofs
    Upper and lower bounds
    Frequency tables
    Drawing a graph of some sort (as there was nothing in paper one)
    Similar shape
    Ratios
    Angles in parallel lines
    Simultaneous equations
    Trial and improvements

    Remember that just because a question is on a calculator paper doesn't mean you need to use a calculator so there aren't always calculator and non-calculator topics
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    This file may be helpful, just go to the appropriate section (Foundation or Higher) and the predicted topics should be there.
    Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0N...ew?usp=sharing
    hey thanks but i don't want just predicted because it may not come up. I want to know all sorts of possible topics that could come up so i'm confident in every single one of them
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    (Original post by Jazzy_j_)
    Our teachers gave us a list based upon the non-calculator paper of topics that are likely to come up for the calculator paper:

    Trig
    Algebraic proofs
    Upper and lower bounds
    Frequency tables
    Drawing a graph of some sort (as there was nothing in paper one)
    Similar shape
    Ratios
    Angles in parallel lines
    Simultaneous equations
    Trial and improvements

    Remember that just because a question is on a calculator paper doesn't mean you need to use a calculator so there aren't always calculator and non-calculator topics
    thank you and oh yeah omg i just realised you're right. Do you know all the topics that may come up? not just predicted??
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    (Original post by najama_)
    hey thanks but i don't want just predicted because it may not come up. I want to know all sorts of possible topics that could come up so i'm confident in every single one of them
    Okay, so I found this file and it seems to include ALL the topics. However, you may want to confirm by checking in a revision guide, but I'm pretty confident these are all the topics.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0N...ew?usp=sharing
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    Okay, so I found this file and it seems to include ALL the topics. However, you may want to confirm by checking in a revision guide, but I'm pretty confident these are all the topics.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0N...ew?usp=sharing
    thank you so muchh!!!!!!!
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    thank you so muchh!!!!!!!
    No problem.
 
 
 
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