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This new GCSE Maths revision course is a guide to get you up to speed on all Number topics of the BRAND NEW Maths GCSE, to be sat for the first time in the spring of 2017.
The course is structured to improve your confidence stepbystep, broken down into 5 modules that contain a number of lectures. Each lecture will focus on the correct method and specific examples of each topic, allowing you to digest the content in small chunks at a time.
Included in the course are the following topics:
There is a worksheet that accompanies each lecture to give you more practice at the concepts taught.
At the end of each module a quiz will test your understanding on the concepts taught.
Each video lecture can also be used as a stand alone help video, so you can cherry pick topics that you are struggling with once you have completed the course to give you further confidence.
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Lecture 1 
Introduction
Preview

02:10  
Section 1: Module A  

Lecture 2  05:47  
Looking at long addition and subtraction of integers. By the end of this lecture you should be able to make calculations involving addition & subtraction without using a calculator. 

Lecture 3  07:28  
Focusing on long multiplication and division of integers. By the end of this lecture you should be able to make calculations involving multiplication & division without using a calculator. 

Lecture 4  03:33  
Examples of inverse operations as well as looking at the correct order to make your calculations in longer sums. By the end of this lecture you will be able to understand what an inverse operation is and recognise how to use them. You will also be able to calculate large sums in the correct order of operations using the BIDMAS rule. 

Lecture 5  04:11  
Looking at all the prime numbers under 20, as well as the definition of a multiple and a factor. By the end of this lecture you should be able to explain what a multiple and factor is, and to be able to name all the prime numbers under 20, culminating in expressing a number as a product of primes. 

Lecture 6  04:11  
The correct method allowing you to find the highest common factor of two numbers. By the end of this lecture you should be able to find the highest common factor of any 2 numbers by using products of primes. 

Lecture 7  04:08  
The correct method allowing you to find the lowest common multiple of two numbers. By the end of this lecture you will be able to find the lowest common multiple of two numbers, and then consolidate your learning from the last lecture and find both the lowest common multiple and highest common factor from the same set of numbers. 

Quiz 1  9 questions  
A quiz to test your level of understanding across all lectures covered in this module. 

Section 2: Module B  
Lecture 8  03:38  
Looking at the process of simplifying fractions. By the end of this lecture you will be able to convert any fraction or mixed number into its simplest form. 

Lecture 9  03:44  
How to take a fraction and use it to find a quantity of another number. By the end of the lecture you should be able to obtain the fraction of a quantity from both numbered and worded questions. 

Lecture 10  04:48  
The correct method allowing you to add or subtract fractions, and obtain an answer in its simplest form. By the end of this lecture you should be able to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers without the use of a calculator. 

Lecture 11  06:38  
The correct method allowing you to multiply or divide fractions, and obtain an answer in its simplest form. By the end of this lecture you should be able to multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers without the use of a calculator. 

Lecture 12  06:42  
Looking at methods of calculating decimals rather than integers. By the end of this lecture you should be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide a variety of decimal calculations without the use of a calculator. 

Lecture 13  04:20  
Showing you how to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages and back again. By the end of the lecture you should be more than proficient at converting between the three, and be able to calculate them comfortably. 

Lecture 14  03:48  
Looking at the methods that allow you to identify percentage change, as well as apply percentage change to another number. By the end of the lecture you should be able to calculate a percentage change as well as a percentage of a quantity, and finally express one quantity as a percentage of another. 

Lecture 15  04:38  
Showing you how to order integers, fractions, decimals and percentages. By the end of this lecture you should be able to confidently order a list of complex numbers that include fractions, decimals and percentages. 

Quiz 2  11 questions  
A quiz to test your level of understanding across all lectures covered in this module. 

Section 3: Module C  
Lecture 16  03:55  
Taking a look at all 6 of the laws of indices and how they work. By the end of this lecture you will know all 6 of the major indices laws and hopefully utilise them for calculations on a later lecture. 

Lecture 17  03:04  
Looking at how numbers are raised to a power as well as rooted, and how they are calculated using a calculator. By the end of the lecture you should be able to use a calculator to figure out numbers to a power and a root, as well as estimating the square root of an imperfect square number and a large number squared. 

Lecture 18  03:55  
Looking at how index notation is written out, and how they are calculated. By the end of this lecture you will be able to convert an index notated number into its proper form for positive, negative & fractional indices. 

Lecture 19  07:56  
Looking at the methods involved with standard form calculations. By the end of this lecture you should be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers in standard form. You will also be able to order a set of numbers in standard form. 

Lecture 20  03:32  
The rules of surds shall be looked at here, and how to simplify them. By the end of this lecture you will be able to simplify expressions that contain surds. 

Quiz 3  8 questions  
A quiz to test your level of understanding across all lectures covered in this module. 

Section 4: Module D  
Lecture 21  02:40  
Rounding numbers to the nearest 10, whole number and a hundred. By the end of this lecture you will be able to round numbers to the nearest whole number, as well as round to the appropriate amount of decimal places. 

Lecture 22  01:53  
Using knowledge from previous lectures to calculate sums using estimation. By the end of the lecture you will be able to estimate large multiplication and division calculations. 

Lecture 23  04:58  
Looking at how to figure out the upper and lower bounds of a number to the nearest whole number or ten. By the end of this lecture you should be able to calculate the upper and lower bounds to the nearest 10, 100 and whole number. 

Quiz 4  6 questions  
A quiz to test your level of understanding across all lectures covered in this module. 

Section 5: Module E  
Lecture 24  03:31  
Looking at how to find the ratio of two quantities and simplify that ratio. By the end of this lecture you should be able to simplify a ratio, as well as find a ratio of quantities. 

Lecture 25  04:20  
Looking at different ratio questions that involve figuring out the quantity of different ratios and interpret those as a fraction. By the end of this lecture you will be able to split a quantity into 2 or 3 parts of a given ratio, and interpreting a ratio of 2 parts as a fraction. 

Lecture 26  04:21  
Looking at the detail involved with solving direct proportion problems. By the end of this lecture you will be able to identify a constant of proportionality and use it to solve direct proportion problems. 

Lecture 27  03:14  
Looking at the detail involved with solving inverse proportion problems. By the end of this lecture you will be able to use your knowledge of the constant of proportionality and use it to solve inverse proportion problems. 

Lecture 28  05:33  
Looking at the process of calculating problems involving simple and compound interest. By the end of this lecture you will be able to calculate simple and compound interest questions to a high degree of accuracy. 

Quiz 5  7 questions  
A quiz to test your level of understanding across all lectures covered in this module. 
My educational background has seen me achieve both a GCSE and ALevel in Maths, and I am currently studying an Open University degree in Astronomy & Planetary Science, the cornerstone of which is laden with higher level Mathematics.
I have been privately tutoring Maths for over five years to a great mixture of students, studying both foundation and higher GCSE. This has recently culminated in the start of a tutoring business due to the influx of students I have acquired, all of which make steady improvement under my tuition.
This course is the culmination of my academic knowledge, coupled with realworld learning of those who struggle in Maths. It WILL help you gain confidence and could be that extra boost you have been looking for.