Does BBC Bitesize cover the whole curriculum for AQA Maths GCSE?

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Purdy7
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Does the AQA section of BBC Bitesize GCSE maths cover the whole curriculum? Is it worth using as the main revision source for the 2018 exams in May/June?
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(Original post by Purdy7)
Does the AQA section of BBC Bitesize GCSE maths cover the whole curriculum? Is it worth using as the main revision source for the 2018 exams in May/June?
I wouldnt and think you should use a CGP or other suitable guide that will be more extensive.

Compare the spec v whats on bitesize.

http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/mathematics/gcse
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Thanks for the reply, I have 11 guides including CGP, Pearson and many of them are NOT written to learn, but are in shorthand versions. They are for students still in the school system who have years to work out what they mean, and to be honest most are total rubbish -thus as a mature student I find them impossible to use.

Thus I repeat my original question, which I will check myself - does the BBC Bitesize cover the whole curriculum.
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Bump.
I'm wondering exactly the same thing, although I'm taking maths and english language exams 2019 so I have a little longer.
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https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...rimary_content
here's a thread from a year ago, with more replies
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I think I will use the Bitesize as a introduction and then move over to the CGP, as that isn't good when one is new to the subject.
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