# GCSE MATHS Paper 1

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Does anybody know what topics that would be expected to come up in maths PAPER 1, otherwise the NON-CALCULATOR PAPER. My exam is tomorrow and my exam board is OCR. It would be great if anyone could help me out here.
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12 years ago
#2
Vectors for sure is gonna come up, Cumulative Frequency, Histograms, Algebra....etc
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12 years ago
#3
I stole this off another thread -NOTE THIS IS NOT MINE! I think it was wrote by MammaMia

TOPICS :
Prime Numbers
Multiples, Factors, Prime Factors
LCM and HCF
Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Ratios
Surds
Bounds and Reciprocals
Conversion Factors
Nth Term
Symetry
Area
Volume
Surface Area
Geometry inc Circles
Loci and Construction
Transformations
Congruence and Similarity
Enlargements
Pythags Theorem- inc 3D
Trigonometry- less likely but always possible!
Vectors
Graphs of sin, cos, tan
Transformations of Graphs
Angles
GRAPHS- y=mx+c, straight lines, quadratic etc
Probability
Relative Frequency
Mean, Median, Mode and Range
Frequency Tables- inc Grouped
Cumulative Frequency
Histograms and frequency density
Sampling Methods
Powers and Roots
Basic Algebra
Standard Index Form
Solving equations
Rearranging Formula
Inequalities- inc graphical
Completing the square
Simultaneous Equations- inc graphically
Direct and Inverse Proportion
Variation
Indicies
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12 years ago
#4
I stole this off another thread -NOTE THIS IS NOT MINE! I think it was wrote by MammaMia

TOPICS :
Prime Numbers
Multiples, Factors, Prime Factors
LCM and HCF
Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Ratios
Surds
Bounds and Reciprocals
Conversion Factors
Nth Term
Symetry
Area
Volume
Surface Area
Geometry inc Circles
Loci and Construction
Transformations
Congruence and Similarity
Enlargements
Pythags Theorem- inc 3D
Trigonometry- less likely but always possible!
Vectors
Graphs of sin, cos, tan
Transformations of Graphs
Angles
GRAPHS- y=mx+c, straight lines, quadratic etc
Probability
Relative Frequency
Mean, Median, Mode and Range
Frequency Tables- inc Grouped
Cumulative Frequency
Histograms and frequency density
Sampling Methods
Powers and Roots
Basic Algebra
Standard Index Form
Solving equations
Rearranging Formula
Inequalities- inc graphical
Completing the square
Simultaneous Equations- inc graphically
Direct and Inverse Proportion
Variation
Indicies

oh dear
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2 years ago
#5
Don't most of these are basics live basic algebra, solving equations, rearranging formula. Hopefully, the test isn't too difficult!! Good luck everyone!!

(Original post by XDaydreamer)

oh dear
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2 years ago
#6
Price before and after sale
Profit and loss
Decimal multiplication
Percentages
Fractions
Fraction multiplications
Fractional indices
Graph
Estimation
Creating a formula
Ratios
Tree diagrams
Venn diagrams
Perimeter and area
Algebra
Completing the square
Inequalities
Solving equations
Simultaneous equations
Making the subject
Functions
Estimation
Speed-time graphs
Velocity-time graphs
Transformation
Equation of a circle
Vectors
Histogram
Cumulative frequency
Circle theorems
Circle theorem proof
Sin Cos Tan values
Sin Cos Tan graph
Nth term of a sequence
LCM and HCF
Standard form
Proof of congruency
Probability
Last edited by Salman12040305; 2 years ago
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1 year ago
#7
Soo much To do !
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