What topics do I need to study for EDEXCEL GCSE maths in 2019?

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I was just wondering what key topics I need to revise for GCSE maths in 2019. I am not currently a student due to some issues I've had therefore will not have extra help from college unfortunately. So I have no idea what to revise for. Can someone help me out and let me know what topics I should revise for the upcoming 2019 exam, higher tier as well as foundation tier edexcel. Can someone please insert some links I should use or resources that will help me to revise. Thank you
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Hi Sadie - this is the spec & I found this also.
https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...cification.pdf

http://m4ths.com/9-1-gcse-help-book.html#
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(Original post by sadie2)
I was just wondering what key topics I need to revise for GCSE maths in 2019. I am not currently a student due to some issues I've had therefore will not have extra help from college unfortunately. So I have no idea what to revise for. Can someone help me out and let me know what topics I should revise for the upcoming 2019 exam, higher tier as well as foundation tier edexcel. Can someone please insert some links I should use or resources that will help me to revise. Thank you
https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html

All topics listed from grade 1-5 for foundation
Revise All topics for higher tier but mostly look at 3 upwards if your basic skills are sound
Make sure your multiplication and division skills/methods without a calculator for integers, decimals and fractions are good or it will cost you a lot of marks on non-calculator paper.
Other resources
https://corbettmaths.com/5-a-day/gcse/
http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/students/gcse/
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It was fine

For the number of cups i got 8

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For the ratio of e to f i got either 5:6 or 6:5

For the circle theorem question i got 75 degrees

For the angle at the base i got 31 degrees

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For how much money Ben gets i got 168 pounds

For the vector i got 2a

For the last question I got 4

I got 1.1 for the gradient if the graph

I wrote it represents the velocity

For the distance travelled i got a crazy number like 555

For the error interval i got 8.25 and 8.35

For the perimeter i got 25.4 m
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