Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Higher Tier Maths - Paper 1 - 21st May 2019 (Non-Calc) Watch

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Thanks,can you send me a link for exam style questions
Just search edexcel past papers 😁
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Anyone have any predictions on what topics will come up? Especially grade 7/8/9 topics
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Feels bad having geography on the same day
ikr geography is too much effort smh
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Any predictions for what may come up?
What shall I revise this weekend to get ready for the real exam on Tuesday as I really want a 6?
I really want a 6 in Maths this year as that is what I am predicted. What can I do in the Higher Papers to make it more likely for me to get a 6 or higher?
Any last minute revision tips?
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im so stressed!!! i just want a 7
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(Original post by mjhmichael18)
Any predictions for what may come up?
What shall I revise this weekend to get ready for the real exam on Tuesday as I really want a 6?
I really want a 6 in Maths this year as that is what I am predicted. What can I do in the Higher Papers to make it more likely for me to get a 6 or higher?
Any last minute revision tips?
Have you done all the mock/past/practice papers for Edexcel? The more you do the better. Also try all of the Edexcel problem solving sets if you haven't already.
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mathsgenie has put up a predicted paper 1
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Have you done all the mock/past/practice papers for Edexcel? The more you do the better. Also try all of the Edexcel problem solving sets if you haven't already.
would you consider predicted paper reliable?
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I have just tried the on maths predicted paper 1 for 2019 and got 39/80 which is a grade 6. Some of the questions I couldn’t understand how they got to the answer.
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I have just tried the on maths predicted paper 1 for 2019 and got 39/80 which is a grade 6. Some of the questions I couldn’t understand how they got to the answer.
See the walkthrough here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yb0KCKlvGqI
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would you consider predicted paper reliable?
No there's no way of knowing what will be in the first paper. You can only start to make predictions once the first paper has been seen.

I think that predicted topics for papers 2/3 can be useful (I make a list every year) but predicted papers are usually just old/uninspired questions and they don't prepare you well for the real thing.
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I have just tried the on maths predicted paper 1 for 2019 and got 39/80 which is a grade 6. Some of the questions I couldn’t understand how they got to the answer.
If you need help with any specific questions please let us know.
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No there's no way of knowing what will be in the first paper. You can only start to make predictions once the first paper has been seen.

I think that predicted topics for papers 2/3 can be useful (I make a list every year) but predicted papers are usually just old/uninspired questions and they don't prepare you well for the real thing.
They're usually just similar questions to those found in the previous years papers
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They're usually just similar questions to those found in the previous years papers
Yes I may make my own this year for paper 3 with new/hard questions but it depends on if I have time

Last year my predicted topics list for paper 3 contained most of the topics that appeared in that paper. So I recommend having a look at it this year.
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Yes I may make my own this year for paper 3 with new/hard questions but it depends on if I have time

Last year my predicted topics list for paper 3 contained most of the topics that appeared in that paper. So I recommend having a look at it this year.
I did my gcse maths least year . But I'm sure it'll be helpful for everyone else on this thread

Btw I did use your list last year
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I did my gcse maths least year . But I'm sure it'll be helpful for everyone else on this thread

Btw I did use your list last year
What grade did you get ?
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What grade did you get ?
I took an intensive course (8 months) in year 10 and got a 6. If I had longer to study I probably would've got a 7 but oh well
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I took an intensive course (8 months) in year 10 and got a 6. If I had longer to study I probably would've got a 7 but oh well
Fair enough, good job 👍🏽
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Fair enough, good job 👍🏽
Thanks!

What grade are you aiming for?
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