Year 11 mock exams- january 2018

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I have my maths mock exams in January and my teacher basically told me to revise 'everything i learned from year 7', now i was wondering which topics will come on each paper for example non-calculator and calculator topics, and this is directed to EITHER people who have done GCSE mock exams OR people who are going to do them. So which topics should i revise? A bit of additional info if you don't know then don't worry but people sitting OCR 9-1 maths gcse, how do you revise with past papers?
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I have my maths mock exams in January and my teacher basically told me to revise 'everything i learned from year 7', now i was wondering which topics will come on each paper for example non-calculator and calculator topics, and this is directed to EITHER people who have done GCSE mock exams OR people who are going to do them. So which topics should i revise? A bit of additional info if you don't know then don't worry but people sitting OCR 9-1 maths gcse, how do you revise with past papers?
There is no such thing as calculator topics and non calculator topics.
Almost any topic in maths can be tested on a non calculator paper and lots of the questions on the calculator papers don't require a calculator. Sites like mathsgenie.co.uk and Mrbartonmaths have helpful reminders of the topics you have learnt in gcse maths.
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There is no such thing as calculator topics and non calculator topics.
Almost any topic in maths can be tested on a non calculator paper and lots of the questions on the calculator papers don't require a calculator. Sites like mathsgenie.co.uk and Mrbartonmaths have helpful reminders of the topics you have learnt in gcse maths.
So pretty much i should REVISE everything in the hopes it either makes it on calculator or non calculator paper?
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So pretty much i should REVISE everything in the hopes it either makes it on calculator or non calculator paper?
Exactly.
After the exam, Make a note of what topics are on paper 1 as it gives a strong clue as to what is left for paper 2 and then paper 3.
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Ok thanks
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