Edexcel GCSE Maths 9-1 Non Calculator Higher 24th may 2018

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Has anyone got a topic list for the non-calculator paper on Thursday??
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sorry, no... but I know that two very good places for last-minute revision are BBC Bitesize and Seneca Learning, so maybe these help! (this is the link - https://app.senecalearning.com/class...7-43b45e9182e5)
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sorry, no... but I know that two very good places for last-minute revision are BBC Bitesize and Seneca Learning, so maybe these help! (this is the link - https://app.senecalearning.com/class...7-43b45e9182e5)
Bitesize isn't that great for maths, or for any subject really. The multiple choice questions defeat the purpose of actual learning as you can simply eliminate the options until you get the right answer.

However I totally agree with you that Seneca is good. It actually does do what it says and makes you learn "2x faster"
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Has anyone got a topic list for the non-calculator paper on Thursday??
This checklist covers all the topics and has links to practice questions

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5120414

Good luck tomorrow!
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Bitesize isn't that great for maths, or for any subject really. The multiple choice questions defeat the purpose of actual learning as you can simply eliminate the options until you get the right answer.

However I totally agree with you that Seneca is good. It actually does do what it says and makes you learn "2x faster"
yes, you're right. I guess Bitesize is ok for the summaries, but Seneca is amazing for the practice questions!
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