AQA GCSE Maths 8300 - Paper 1 - 21st May 2019 (Non-Calculator) Watch

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Can someone tell me all the things that could come up on non calculator and aqa foundation
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its called taking computer science...
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(Original post by Sarah.w123)
Anyone else struggling to understand vectors? The questions where the lines are split into ratios are just impossible to me😫
Try this

https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/vectors.html
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Does anyone else see Maths exams as a sort of little break in between all of the high intensity crazy hard ones like Science or is it just me?
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Please look at the previous page. I have put up a checklist.

Look at the checklist. After, I would recommend looking at these:

Algebra- Simultaneous equations, Linear equations, Quadratics, Factorising Quadratics, Basic Factorising, Solving Equations, Collecting like terms, Completing The Square, Algebraic Proof, Algebraic fractions. Knowing how to Solve, Expanding brackets and Factorising are Crucial. As is knowing HCM LCM and HCF.

Surds will probably come up- dividing, subtracting, rooting... Same again for Vectors.

Know your square numbers, cubed numbers, prime numbers. Basic mathematic rules, laws of indices, adding, dividing, multiplying large numbers and decimals without a calculator. Fractions! They will almost certainly come up somewhere.

Volume, Area, Surface Area- rules for all the shapes, 3D and 2D.

Angles- Co-interior, Alternate, Corresponding, Vertically Opposite.

Speed, Distance, Time.

Trigonometry, Pythagoras, 3D Pythagoras and Trigonometry, SOH CAH TOA, Pythagoras rules. Sine Rule.


(Original post by Sam Johnson)
Can someone tell me all the things that could come up on non calculator and aqa foundation
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(Original post by Sam Johnson)
Can someone tell me all the things that could come up on non calculator and aqa foundation
Ignore most of that! I didn't realise you said 'Foundation'. Please type into Google: 'Corbett Maths AQA Foundation Tier Revision Checklist'. Most things will come up on all three papers to be honest, albeit a few. I am not sure which ones won't show up. Algebra most likely, but I am doing the Higher tier.

Good luck.
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Definitely there will be surds and the sin cos and tan graphs. I think there might also be questions where they ask what sin60 cos30, etc. is...
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bet there will be a Trig graph
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could anyone tell me what could come in the maths papers in june.
Thank you
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Angles in a polygon might come up as one of the 1 mark multiple choice questions or a 3 marker. Box plots and cumulative frequency will definitely come up on one of the 3 papers, my teacher says, because it's appeared on every paper so far. Ratio will definitely come up too.
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Good luck to everyone sitting this paper today! :crossedf:
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The poll has been updated! Vote on how you found the paper :ninja:

I hope the exam went well for everyone :yep:
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What is the value of k
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I mean the vector question
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What is the value of k
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I got 48
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How? What method?
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I got 48
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oh I was thinking of the sphere and cone one...
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I mean the vector question
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Value of K was 4
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48 you mean!
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value of k was 4
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ye its 48
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How? What method?
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Value of K was 4
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48 you mean!
No I mean K, for the constant for the vectors question. I got 4
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