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What are the list of topics coming in:
→ Paper 1
→ Paper 2
→ Paper 3
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#2
What exam board
What level
What country are you in
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#3
(Original post by bzzzzzt)
What exam board
What level
What country are you in
You joker "what's your credit card number? " 😂
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#4
(Original post by youben2025)
What are the list of topics coming in:
→ Paper 1
→ Paper 2
→ Paper 3
If you're talking about the final gcse no one knows, while you might have been doing this or been able to do this for mocks which includes myself, you won't be able to for the actual ones. Nearer the time there might be a prediction of topics for certain exam board but it will not be definite.
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#5
(Original post by youben2025)
What are the list of topics coming in:
→ Paper 1
→ Paper 2
→ Paper 3
Just about any topic can appear on any paper. A few things tend to appear on non calculator papers, e.g. Simple %, Surds, Indices, Arithmetic with integers, decimals and fractions, Exact trigonometry values, Trigonometry graphs and transformations. A few things like iteration, reverse %, compound growth/decay, quadratic formula, trigonometry with any angle, tend to appear on a calculator paper.
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#6
(Original post by gdunne42)
Just about any topic can appear on any paper. A few things tend to appear on non calculator papers, e.g. Simple %, Surds, Indices, Arithmetic with integers, decimals and fractions, Exact trigonometry values, Trigonometry graphs and transformations. A few things like iteration, reverse %, compound growth/decay, quadratic formula, trigonometry with any angle, tend to appear on a calculator paper.
They also didn't mention if they're talking about foundation or higher but it's most likely higher. Whole most of what you are saying is quite true, even quadratic formula could come up on non calculator but you would leave answer in simplest surd form, as you said exact trigonometric values however you could be asked to use them with trigonometry but to find a side on non calculator.
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#7
(Original post by youben2025)
What are the list of topics coming in:
→ Paper 1
→ Paper 2
→ Paper 3
While no one knows the topics and any could come up on paper 2 and 3, exam boards do tend to have certain questions quite common, with aqa probability questions including Venn Diagrams appear often, even with the new spec some questions do still come up and the same type of question could still come up, which is another reason why past papers and practice papers are helpful.
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#8
how do you transform one shape onto another
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#9
(Original post by isobel1717)
how do you transform one shape onto another
This thread, isn't about that, but what exactly do you mean. Transform in maths can mean enlarge(negative or fractional) , rotate, translate, or reflect.
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#10
(Original post by Iahmed512)
They also didn't mention if they're talking about foundation or higher but it's most likely higher. Whole most of what you are saying is quite true, even quadratic formula could come up on non calculator but you would leave answer in simplest surd form, as you said exact trigonometric values however you could be asked to use them with trigonometry but to find a side on non calculator.
Everyone in my school has to do higher
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#11
(Original post by youben2025)
Everyone in my school has to do higher
On YouTube some channels are starting to have predicted topics likely to come up, there's currently only one for edexcel paper 1 foundation and higher.
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#12
mathsgenie.co.uk
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#13
(Original post by Obfuscated)
mathsgenie.co.uk
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