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I have sat and made a list after doing all the practice/specimen papers on all the non calulatory topics that may come up, if you want this please reply.
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I have sat and made a list after doing all the practice/specimen papers on all the non calulatory topics that may come up, if you want this please reply.
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I have sat and made a list after doing all the practice/specimen papers on all the non calulatory topics that may come up, if you want this please reply.
Please could you send me the list? Thanks
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Here are the specifications for all four exam boards:
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please could you send me the list? Thanks
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Here it is for everyone to view, this isn't the complete list there is about 3-4 topics missing. However, in my opinion even if you revise all of these inside out (as the questions will not be straight forward) then a grade 7 should be accomplished with ease
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Here are the specifications for all four exam boards:
This is totally irrelevant to the thread, we all know what the specification is, people wanted specific topics not hours of flicking through pages after pages to find what they need
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pretty pretty pretty please for me
It's in the thread
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This is totally irrelevant to the thread, we all know what the specification is, people wanted specific topics not hours of flicking through pages after pages to find what they need
I don't see how it's "completely irrelevant" by any means, nor is there much extraneous information there. The topic list misses out too many important topics in my opinion. I did this quite quickly: It might look long, but it should cover everything.
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Number
  • Arithmetic, including inequalities.
  • Use of ratio
  • Surds/fractional exponents.
  • HCF/GCD and LCM.
  • Standard form
  • Expressing recurring decimals as finite fractions.
  • Working with fractions/decimals/percentages interchangeably.
  • Accuracy, estimation and using units.

Algebra
  • Manipulation of basic equations and formulae.
  • Solving quadratic equations graphically, by completing the square, or using its generalised form, the quadratic formula, or factorising.
  • Algebraic proof.
  • Parallel and perpendicular lines.
  • Tangents to circles only.
  • Exponential/reciprocal graphs.
  • Graph transformations.
  • Estimating gradients of curves by drawing tangents and estimating the area under a curve using trapezia.
  • Solve simultaneous equations including quadratics.
  • Estimate roots using iteration.
  • Geometric, arithmetic, and quadratic sequences.

Ratio
  • Use appropriate notation.
  • Being able to relate ratios to fractions.
  • Express multiplicative relationships as ratios.
  • Direct and inverse proportion.
  • Interpret gradients as rate of change.
  • Growth and decay including compound interest.

Geometry
  • Bisections and loci.
  • Be able to deduce angles, ie. alternate angles, corresponding angles, opposite angles etc. This includes deriving properties of shapes such as rhombuses and parallelograms.
  • Congruence and similarity.
  • Apply and prove circle theorems using appropriate terminology.
  • Solving geometrical problems on axises.
  • Construct plans and elevations of three dimensional shapes and express geometrical transformations.
  • Arc length and area.
  • Pythagoras' theorem, knowing what the trigonometric functions denote, including exact values for 0, 30, 45, 60 and 90 degrees for the sine and cosine functions, and 0, 30, 45, and 60 for the tangent function, with the ability to sine and cosine. (unsure about tangent)
  • Sine rule/cosine rule/formula for the area of a triangle.
  • Addition and subtraction of vectors. Application of vectors on geometry, including collinear vectors.

Probability
  • Probability with algebra.
  • Basic working with sets.
  • Venn diagrams and tree diagrams.

Statistics
  • Estimating populations.
  • Histograms and box plots.
  • Bivariate data.
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(Original post by Mrmevaboy)
This is totally irrelevant to the thread, we all know what the specification is, people wanted specific topics not hours of flicking through pages after pages to find what they need
(Original post by _gcx)
I don't see how it's "completely irrelevant" by any means, nor is there much extraneous information there. The topic list misses out too many important topics in my opinion. I did this quite quickly: It might look long, but it should cover everything.
Spoiler:
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Number
  • Arithmetic, including inequalities.
  • Use of ratio
  • Surds/fractional exponents.
  • HCF/GCD and LCM.
  • Standard form
  • Expressing recurring decimals as finite fractions.
  • Working with fractions/decimals/percentages interchangeably.
  • Accuracy, estimation and using units.

Algebra
  • Manipulation of basic equations and formulae.
  • Solving quadratic equations graphically, by completing the square, or using its generalised form, the quadratic formula, or factorising.
  • Algebraic proof.
  • Parallel and perpendicular lines.
  • Tangents to circles only.
  • Exponential/reciprocal graphs.
  • Graph transformations.
  • Estimating gradients of curves by drawing tangents and estimating the area under a curve using trapezia.
  • Solve simultaneous equations including quadratics.
  • Estimate roots using iteration.
  • Geometric, arithmetic, and quadratic sequences.

Ratio
  • Use appropriate notation.
  • Being able to relate ratios to fractions.
  • Express multiplicative relationships as ratios.
  • Direct and inverse proportion.
  • Interpret gradients as rate of change.
  • Growth and decay including compound interest.

Geometry
  • Bisections and loci.
  • Be able to deduce angles, ie. alternate angles, corresponding angles, opposite angles etc. This includes deriving properties of shapes such as rhombuses and parallelograms.
  • Congruence and similarity.
  • Apply and prove circle theorems using appropriate terminology.
  • Solving geometrical problems on axises.
  • Construct plans and elevations of three dimensional shapes and express geometrical transformations.
  • Arc length and area.
  • Pythagoras' theorem, knowing what the trigonometric functions denote, including exact values for 0, 30, 45, 60 and 90 degrees for the sine and cosine functions, and 0, 30, 45, and 60 for the tangent function, with the ability to sine and cosine. (unsure about tangent)
  • Sine rule/cosine rule/formula for the area of a triangle.
  • Addition and subtraction of vectors. Application of vectors on geometry, including collinear vectors.

Probability
  • Probability with algebra.
  • Basic working with sets.
  • Venn diagrams and tree diagrams.

Statistics
  • Estimating populations.
  • Histograms and box plots.
  • Bivariate data.
Thanks to both of you for the list of topics, they are both equally helpful in my opinion

I have already been through the spec to see what topics I haven't covered at school and those I need to go over. I am confident with every topic in the spec now and wanted to focus on exam questions on topics that come up frequenquently in the specimin papers for prep.
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Please could you send me the list
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I would love a copy please!!
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I have sat and made a list after doing all the practice/specimen papers on all the non calulatory topics that may come up, if you want this please reply.
Yes please, I have mocks starting tomorrow for 2 weeks and after l could use it for revision.
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hi could you pls send me the list pls thx
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