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Attachment 713820Is the corbett maths higher tier checklist accurate? Does it cover the whole of GCSE maths or not? Im aiming to do 2-3 topics a day and then attempt as much questions at possible on those topics. Once I've finished this, I will then start to attempt practice papers.

Need to know if this checklist covers all of GCSE maths as I've heard some people say that there's about 200 topics whereas this has less.

Need to know if this checklist covers all of GCSE maths as I've heard some people say that there's about 200 topics whereas this has less.

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Attachment 713820Is the corbett maths higher tier checklist accurate? Does it cover the whole of GCSE maths or not? Im aiming to do 2-3 topics a day and then attempt as much questions at possible on those topics. Once I've finished this, I will then start to attempt practice papers.

Need to know if this checklist covers all of GCSE maths as I've heard some people say that there's about 200 topics whereas this has less.

**HXA97**)Attachment 713820Is the corbett maths higher tier checklist accurate? Does it cover the whole of GCSE maths or not? Im aiming to do 2-3 topics a day and then attempt as much questions at possible on those topics. Once I've finished this, I will then start to attempt practice papers.

Need to know if this checklist covers all of GCSE maths as I've heard some people say that there's about 200 topics whereas this has less.

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I really need this question answered too + what's your spec?

**adamantacademic**)I really need this question answered too + what's your spec?

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Attachment 713820Is the corbett maths higher tier checklist accurate? Does it cover the whole of GCSE maths or not? Im aiming to do 2-3 topics a day and then attempt as much questions at possible on those topics. Once I've finished this, I will then start to attempt practice papers.

Need to know if this checklist covers all of GCSE maths as I've heard some people say that there's about 200 topics whereas this has less.

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Your attachment isn't working. Can you please try posting a link to it?

**Notnek**)Your attachment isn't working. Can you please try posting a link to it?

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That is a checklist for the old spec so I don't recommend it. You may be able to find checklists if you Google e.g. "9-1 maths checklist". Although I find that they often miss out a lot of topics. Of course the exam board websites will have the full specification so you can use them as a checklist.

I am currently putting together my own checklist that were predicted topics for last year. This is what I have so far - it's a bit of a mess with topics mentioned more than once so I'll need to tidy it up and add links for every topic, which I'll do in the next few weeks:

EDIT: Topic list in post below.

I am currently putting together my own checklist that were predicted topics for last year. This is what I have so far - it's a bit of a mess with topics mentioned more than once so I'll need to tidy it up and add links for every topic, which I'll do in the next few weeks:

EDIT: Topic list in post below.

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That is a checklist for the old spec so I don't recommend it. You may be able to find checklists if you Google e.g. "9-1 maths checklist". Although I find that they often miss out a lot of topics. Of course the exam board websites will have the full specification so you can use them as a checklist.

I am currently putting together my own checklist that were predicted topics for last year. This is what I have so far - it's a bit of a mess with topics mentioned more than once so I'll need to tidy it up and add links for every topic, which I'll do in the next few weeks:

**Notnek**)That is a checklist for the old spec so I don't recommend it. You may be able to find checklists if you Google e.g. "9-1 maths checklist". Although I find that they often miss out a lot of topics. Of course the exam board websites will have the full specification so you can use them as a checklist.

I am currently putting together my own checklist that were predicted topics for last year. This is what I have so far - it's a bit of a mess with topics mentioned more than once so I'll need to tidy it up and add links for every topic, which I'll do in the next few weeks:

Spoiler:

Lines of best fit

Prime factors

Decimal multiplication

Generating equations

Pythagoras

Parallel/perpendicular lines

Multiplying three brackets

Roots/turning points from a graph

Indices

Inverse proportion

Ratio

Volumes of 3D shapes

Estimating

Probability

Vectors

Quadratic simultaneous equations

Congruence

Cosine rule

Exact trig values

Show

Lines of best fit

Prime factors

Decimal multiplication

Generating equations

Pythagoras

Parallel/perpendicular lines

Multiplying three brackets

Roots/turning points from a graph

Indices

Inverse proportion

Ratio

Volumes of 3D shapes

Estimating

Probability

Vectors

Quadratic simultaneous equations

Congruence

Cosine rule

Exact trig values

- Estimating areas under curved graphs
- Transformations of functions/graphs
- Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points)
- Quadratic formula
- Making a variable the subject of an equation
- HCF/LCM
- Capture/recapture questions
- Functions (including composite functions and inverses)
- nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences
- Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )
- Linear inequalities on a graph
- Solving quadratic inequalities
- Linear simultaneous equations
- Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)
- Iteration
- SOHCAHTOA
- Sine/cosine rule/Area formula (cosine rule was in last question of Paper 1 but expect more trigonometry)
- Simplifying/rationalising surds
- 3D trigonometry
- 3D Similar shapes
- Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)
- Bearings
- Bounds with more than one variable / giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"
- Loci and constructions
- Angles in parallel lines
- Circle theorems (already come up but possibly another with alternate segment theorem)
- Proofs of circle theorems
- Polygons
- Box plots
- Sets and venn diagrams
- Conditional/”Given that” probability
- Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay
- Non-algebraic fractions (adding, multiplying etc.)
- Frequency trees
- Use of a calculator
- Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)
- Time series

- Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)
- Estimating gradients and areas under curved graphs
- Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric
- Transformations of graphs
- Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points)
- Quadratic formula
- Algebraic fractions
- Making a variable the subject of an equation
- HCF/LCM
- Capture/recapture questions (see link for more info)
- Functions (including composite functions and inverses)
- nth term of sequences (arithmetic and quadratic) and questions about Fibonacci sequences
- Work with a general iterative process (e.g. questions involving a sequence with term-to-term rule )
- Solving equations graphically
- Linear inequalities on a graph
- Solving quadratic inequalities
- Linear simultaneous equations
- Counting combination (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)
- Iteration
- SOHCAHTOA
- Sine/cosine rule/Area formula (cosine rule was in last question of Paper 1 but expect more trigonometry)
- Circle theorems
- Surds
- 3D trigonometry
- Similar shapes (2D and 3D)
- Transformations (rotations, reflections, translations, enlargements)
- Bearings
- Loci and constructions
- Angles in parallel lines
- Polygons
- Plans and elevations
- Box plots
- Cumulative frequency
- Histograms
- Sets and venn diagrams
- ”Given that” probability
- Recurring decimals
- Bounds and error intervals
- Finance e.g. compound interest
- Geometric progressions
- Non-algebraic fractions (adding, multiplying etc.)
- Frequency trees
- Circles, arcs and sectors
- Use of a calculator
- Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)

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Ahh i see. I'll guess I should just use the edexcel maths spec as a checklist. However, what website should I use to go through these topics? I think it's safer to just cover all of the topics rather than making predicted ones

**HXA97**)Ahh i see. I'll guess I should just use the edexcel maths spec as a checklist. However, what website should I use to go through these topics? I think it's safer to just cover all of the topics rather than making predicted ones

I'm still working on my list (it's not predicted topics, it's a full list). This is what I have so far:

Spoiler:

Basic arithmetic

Negative numbers

Powers and roots

Primes, factors and multiples

Order of operations (BIDMAS)

HCF/LCM

Working with decimals

Working with fractions

Working with percentages

Reverse percentages

Interest, growth and decay

Working with ratios

Direct/inverse proportion

Indices

Physical units

Simplifying/rationalising surds

Standard form

Estimation

Estimate powers and roots

Capture/recapture questions

Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)

Upper/lower bounds, error intervals, giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"

Recurring decimals

Use of a calculator

Basic algebra

Generating equations

Multiplying three brackets

Linear simultaneous equations

Quadratic simultaneous equations

Algebraic fractions

Straight line graphs

Parallel/perpendicular lines

Solving linear inequalities

Quadratic sequences

Linear inequalities on a graph

Solving quadratic inequalities

Real life graphs

Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)

Estimating areas under curved graphs

Estimating gradients of curved graphs

Transformations of functions/graphs

Factorising/solving quadratic equations

Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points and solve equations)

Quadratic formula

Making a variable the subject of an equation

Functions (including composite functions and inverses)

nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences

Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )

Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay

Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)

Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric

Solving equations graphically

Iteration

Proof

Angles and parallel lines

Pythagoras' Theorem

Area/volume formulae of shapes

Circles, arcs and sectors

Polygons

Congruence

2D Similar shapes

3D Similar shapes

SOHCAHTOA

Sine rule / cosine rule / area formula

Exact trigonometry values

3D trigonometry

Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)

Invariance

Bearings

Loci and constructions

Circle theorems

Proofs of circle theorems

Plans and elevations

Tables, charts and diagrams

Averages and range

Interquartile range

Box plots

Cumulative frequency

Histograms

Time series

Scatter diagrams and correlation

Simple probability

Theoretical/experimental probability

Tree diagrams

Sets and venn diagrams

Conditional/”Given that” probability

Frequency trees

Sets and venn diagrams

Show

**Number**Basic arithmetic

Negative numbers

Powers and roots

Primes, factors and multiples

Order of operations (BIDMAS)

HCF/LCM

Working with decimals

Working with fractions

Working with percentages

Reverse percentages

Interest, growth and decay

Working with ratios

Direct/inverse proportion

Indices

Physical units

Simplifying/rationalising surds

Standard form

Estimation

Estimate powers and roots

Capture/recapture questions

Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)

Upper/lower bounds, error intervals, giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"

Recurring decimals

Use of a calculator

**Algebra and graphs**Basic algebra

Generating equations

Multiplying three brackets

Linear simultaneous equations

Quadratic simultaneous equations

Algebraic fractions

Straight line graphs

Parallel/perpendicular lines

Solving linear inequalities

Quadratic sequences

Linear inequalities on a graph

Solving quadratic inequalities

Real life graphs

Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)

Estimating areas under curved graphs

Estimating gradients of curved graphs

Transformations of functions/graphs

Factorising/solving quadratic equations

Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points and solve equations)

Quadratic formula

Making a variable the subject of an equation

Functions (including composite functions and inverses)

nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences

Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )

Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay

Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)

Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric

Solving equations graphically

Iteration

Proof

**Geometry**Angles and parallel lines

Pythagoras' Theorem

Area/volume formulae of shapes

Circles, arcs and sectors

Polygons

Congruence

2D Similar shapes

3D Similar shapes

SOHCAHTOA

Sine rule / cosine rule / area formula

Exact trigonometry values

3D trigonometry

Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)

Invariance

Bearings

Loci and constructions

Circle theorems

Proofs of circle theorems

Plans and elevations

**Statistics and probability**Tables, charts and diagrams

Averages and range

Interquartile range

Box plots

Cumulative frequency

Histograms

Time series

Scatter diagrams and correlation

Simple probability

Theoretical/experimental probability

Tree diagrams

Sets and venn diagrams

Conditional/”Given that” probability

Frequency trees

Sets and venn diagrams

When it's finished I will make a new thread.

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I found a list online, thought it may be beneficial seems to cover an extensive amount for the new 9-1 spec edexcel higher.

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Maths Genie has a list but it is not perfect - some topics are missing.

I'm still working on my list (it's not predicted topics, it's a full list). This is what I have so far:

When it's finished I will make a new thread.

**Notnek**)Maths Genie has a list but it is not perfect - some topics are missing.

I'm still working on my list (it's not predicted topics, it's a full list). This is what I have so far:

Spoiler:

Basic arithmetic

Negative numbers

Powers and roots

Primes, factors and multiples

Order of operations (BIDMAS)

HCF/LCM

Working with decimals

Working with fractions

Working with percentages

Reverse percentages

Interest, growth and decay

Working with ratios

Direct/inverse proportion

Indices

Physical units

Simplifying/rationalising surds

Standard form

Estimation

Estimate powers and roots

Capture/recapture questions

Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)

Upper/lower bounds, error intervals, giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"

Recurring decimals

Use of a calculator

Basic algebra

Generating equations

Multiplying three brackets

Linear simultaneous equations

Quadratic simultaneous equations

Algebraic fractions

Straight line graphs

Parallel/perpendicular lines

Solving linear inequalities

Quadratic sequences

Linear inequalities on a graph

Solving quadratic inequalities

Real life graphs

Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)

Estimating areas under curved graphs

Estimating gradients of curved graphs

Transformations of functions/graphs

Factorising/solving quadratic equations

Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points and solve equations)

Quadratic formula

Making a variable the subject of an equation

Functions (including composite functions and inverses)

nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences

Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )

Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay

Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)

Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric

Solving equations graphically

Iteration

Proof

Angles and parallel lines

Pythagoras' Theorem

Area/volume formulae of shapes

Circles, arcs and sectors

Polygons

Congruence

2D Similar shapes

3D Similar shapes

SOHCAHTOA

Sine rule / cosine rule / area formula

Exact trigonometry values

3D trigonometry

Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)

Invariance

Bearings

Loci and constructions

Circle theorems

Proofs of circle theorems

Plans and elevations

Tables, charts and diagrams

Averages and range

Interquartile range

Box plots

Cumulative frequency

Histograms

Time series

Scatter diagrams and correlation

Simple probability

Theoretical/experimental probability

Tree diagrams

Sets and venn diagrams

Conditional/”Given that” probability

Frequency trees

Sets and venn diagrams

Show

**Number**Basic arithmetic

Negative numbers

Powers and roots

Primes, factors and multiples

Order of operations (BIDMAS)

HCF/LCM

Working with decimals

Working with fractions

Working with percentages

Reverse percentages

Interest, growth and decay

Working with ratios

Direct/inverse proportion

Indices

Physical units

Simplifying/rationalising surds

Standard form

Estimation

Estimate powers and roots

Capture/recapture questions

Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)

Upper/lower bounds, error intervals, giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"

Recurring decimals

Use of a calculator

**Algebra and graphs**Basic algebra

Generating equations

Multiplying three brackets

Linear simultaneous equations

Quadratic simultaneous equations

Algebraic fractions

Straight line graphs

Parallel/perpendicular lines

Solving linear inequalities

Quadratic sequences

Linear inequalities on a graph

Solving quadratic inequalities

Real life graphs

Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)

Estimating areas under curved graphs

Estimating gradients of curved graphs

Transformations of functions/graphs

Factorising/solving quadratic equations

Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points and solve equations)

Quadratic formula

Making a variable the subject of an equation

Functions (including composite functions and inverses)

nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences

Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )

Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay

Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)

Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric

Solving equations graphically

Iteration

Proof

**Geometry**Angles and parallel lines

Pythagoras' Theorem

Area/volume formulae of shapes

Circles, arcs and sectors

Polygons

Congruence

2D Similar shapes

3D Similar shapes

SOHCAHTOA

Sine rule / cosine rule / area formula

Exact trigonometry values

3D trigonometry

Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)

Invariance

Bearings

Loci and constructions

Circle theorems

Proofs of circle theorems

Plans and elevations

**Statistics and probability**Tables, charts and diagrams

Averages and range

Interquartile range

Box plots

Cumulative frequency

Histograms

Time series

Scatter diagrams and correlation

Simple probability

Theoretical/experimental probability

Tree diagrams

Sets and venn diagrams

Conditional/”Given that” probability

Frequency trees

Sets and venn diagrams

When it's finished I will make a new thread.

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I found a list online, thought it may be beneficial seems to cover an extensive amount for the new 9-1 spec edexcel higher.

**Harold Saxon**)I found a list online, thought it may be beneficial seems to cover an extensive amount for the new 9-1 spec edexcel higher.

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