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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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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?
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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.
Your attachment isn't working. Can you please try posting a link to it?
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Your attachment isn't working. Can you please try posting a link to it?
https://corbettmaths.com/2016/05/03/...or-gcse-maths/
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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.
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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:

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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

  • 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)



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
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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
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:

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Number

\ \square Basic arithmetic
\ \square Negative numbers
\ \square Powers and roots
\ \square Primes, factors and multiples
\ \square Order of operations (BIDMAS)
\ \square HCF/LCM
\ \square Working with decimals
\ \square Working with fractions
\ \square Working with percentages
\ \square Reverse percentages
\ \square Interest, growth and decay
\ \square Working with ratios
\ \square Direct/inverse proportion
\ \square Indices
\ \square Physical units
\ \square Simplifying/rationalising surds
\ \square Standard form
\ \square Estimation
\ \square Estimate powers and roots
\ \square Capture/recapture questions
\ \square Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)
\ \square Upper/lower bounds, error intervals, giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"
\ \square Recurring decimals
\ \square Use of a calculator

Algebra and graphs

\ \square Basic algebra
\ \square Generating equations
\ \square Multiplying three brackets
\ \square Linear simultaneous equations
\ \square Quadratic simultaneous equations
\ \square Algebraic fractions
\ \square Straight line graphs
\ \square Parallel/perpendicular lines
\ \square Solving linear inequalities
\ \square Quadratic sequences
\ \square Linear inequalities on a graph
\ \square Solving quadratic inequalities
\ \square Real life graphs
\ \square Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)
\ \square Estimating areas under curved graphs
\ \square Estimating gradients of curved graphs
\ \square Transformations of functions/graphs
\ \square Factorising/solving quadratic equations
\ \square Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points and solve equations)
\ \square Quadratic formula
\ \square Making a variable the subject of an equation
\ \square Functions (including composite functions and inverses)
\ \square nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences
\ \square Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )
\ \square Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay
\ \square Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)
\ \square Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric
\ \square Solving equations graphically
\ \square Iteration
\ \square Proof

Geometry

\ \square Angles and parallel lines
\ \square Pythagoras' Theorem
\ \square Area/volume formulae of shapes
\ \square Circles, arcs and sectors
\ \square Polygons
\ \square Congruence
\ \square 2D Similar shapes
\ \square 3D Similar shapes
\ \square SOHCAHTOA
\ \square Sine rule / cosine rule / area formula
\ \square Exact trigonometry values
\ \square 3D trigonometry
\ \square Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)
\ \square Invariance
\ \square Bearings
\ \square Loci and constructions
\ \square Circle theorems
\ \square Proofs of circle theorems
\ \square Plans and elevations

Statistics and probability

\ \square Tables, charts and diagrams
\ \square Averages and range
\ \square Interquartile range
\ \square Box plots
\ \square Cumulative frequency
\ \square Histograms
\ \square Time series
\ \square Scatter diagrams and correlation
\ \square Simple probability
\ \square Theoretical/experimental probability
\ \square Tree diagrams
\ \square Sets and venn diagrams
\ \square Conditional/”Given that” probability
\ \square Frequency trees
\ \square 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:

Spoiler:
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Number

\ \square Basic arithmetic
\ \square Negative numbers
\ \square Powers and roots
\ \square Primes, factors and multiples
\ \square Order of operations (BIDMAS)
\ \square HCF/LCM
\ \square Working with decimals
\ \square Working with fractions
\ \square Working with percentages
\ \square Reverse percentages
\ \square Interest, growth and decay
\ \square Working with ratios
\ \square Direct/inverse proportion
\ \square Indices
\ \square Physical units
\ \square Simplifying/rationalising surds
\ \square Standard form
\ \square Estimation
\ \square Estimate powers and roots
\ \square Capture/recapture questions
\ \square Counting combinations (e.g. how many ways are there of picking 2 people from a group of 20 etc.)
\ \square Upper/lower bounds, error intervals, giving answers to "an appropriate degree of accuracy"
\ \square Recurring decimals
\ \square Use of a calculator

Algebra and graphs

\ \square Basic algebra
\ \square Generating equations
\ \square Multiplying three brackets
\ \square Linear simultaneous equations
\ \square Quadratic simultaneous equations
\ \square Algebraic fractions
\ \square Straight line graphs
\ \square Parallel/perpendicular lines
\ \square Solving linear inequalities
\ \square Quadratic sequences
\ \square Linear inequalities on a graph
\ \square Solving quadratic inequalities
\ \square Real life graphs
\ \square Speed/time graphs (including finding acceleration and distance from the graph)
\ \square Estimating areas under curved graphs
\ \square Estimating gradients of curved graphs
\ \square Transformations of functions/graphs
\ \square Factorising/solving quadratic equations
\ \square Completing the square (and using this form to find turning points and solve equations)
\ \square Quadratic formula
\ \square Making a variable the subject of an equation
\ \square Functions (including composite functions and inverses)
\ \square nth term of arithmetic sequences and questions about Fibonacci sequences
\ \square Recurrance relations (e.g. questions sequences with term-to-term rule )
\ \square Geometric progressions / exponential growth and decay
\ \square Equation of a circle (including finding the equation of a tangent)
\ \square Graphs including quadratic, cubic, exponential, reciprocal and trigonometric
\ \square Solving equations graphically
\ \square Iteration
\ \square Proof

Geometry

\ \square Angles and parallel lines
\ \square Pythagoras' Theorem
\ \square Area/volume formulae of shapes
\ \square Circles, arcs and sectors
\ \square Polygons
\ \square Congruence
\ \square 2D Similar shapes
\ \square 3D Similar shapes
\ \square SOHCAHTOA
\ \square Sine rule / cosine rule / area formula
\ \square Exact trigonometry values
\ \square 3D trigonometry
\ \square Transformations (rotations, translations, enlargements)
\ \square Invariance
\ \square Bearings
\ \square Loci and constructions
\ \square Circle theorems
\ \square Proofs of circle theorems
\ \square Plans and elevations

Statistics and probability

\ \square Tables, charts and diagrams
\ \square Averages and range
\ \square Interquartile range
\ \square Box plots
\ \square Cumulative frequency
\ \square Histograms
\ \square Time series
\ \square Scatter diagrams and correlation
\ \square Simple probability
\ \square Theoretical/experimental probability
\ \square Tree diagrams
\ \square Sets and venn diagrams
\ \square Conditional/”Given that” probability
\ \square Frequency trees
\ \square Sets and venn diagrams





When it's finished I will make a new thread.
Really appreciate this man, it looks pretty neat if you ask me.
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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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