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A series of tips and tricks to make the basics of GCSE Maths easier, followed by a whole bunch of past paper questions, with step by step video solutions. This course is designed for anyone looking for GCSE Maths Help and to consolidate at the GCSE C grade, or perhaps looking to improve from a high E or solid D to a grade C within a few weeks with GCSE Maths Online.
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|Section 1: Some Basic Tips|
Doubling Any Number
Halving Any Number
Dividing Any Number by 5
Multiplying Any Number by 5
Percentages in Your Head
The KISS Method for Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Converting Fractions to Percentages, the slightly rude way...
Converting Fractions to Percentages - More Examples
Converting Fractions to Decimals the 'Quick' Way
Converting Fractions to Decimals the Easy Way
|Section 2: Number Questions (Generally increasing in difficulty as you go through)|
Number - Using Information, factors of 10, place value, decimals
Number - Estimating
Number - Drawing Fractions Exam Question
Number - Fractions Problem Solving Exam Question
Number - Simplifying Fractions, Converting Fractions to Percentages
Number - Money, Problem Solving
Number - Comparing Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
Number - Adding Fractions Using the KISS Method
Number - Reciprocals & Fractions
Number - Comparing Fractions & Decimals
|Section 3: Algebra Questions - again, generally getting harder, just like exam papers.|
Algebra - Simplifying Expressions
Algebra - Solving Equations
Algebra - Expanding brackets and solving
Algebra - Solving Equations with Geometric Shapes - Angles in Triangle
Algebra - Solving Equations with Geometric Shapes - Perimeter
Algebra - Exchange Rate/Conversion Graph using Magic Formula 2
Algebra - Exchange Rate/Conversion Graph using Magic Formula 1
Algebra - Exchange Rate, 2-part Question using Magic Formula
Algebra - Exchange Rate, 2 Part Question using Magic Formula
Algebra: Ratio Using the Magic Formula
|Section 4: Geometry Questions|
Geometry - Angles on a Straight Line
Geometry - Angles in Regular Polygons
Geometry - Angles along Parallel Lines
Geometry - Problem Solving - Area of Composite Shapes
|Section 5: Data Questions|
Data - 2-way table 1
Data - 2-way table 2
Data - Probability - Exam Question
Data - Probability Tree - 2 Events
Data - Probability - Expected Value from Sample Size and Probability
Data - Probability - Solving Equation to find 'missing' probability
Data - Probability - Expected Value
Data - Pie Charts - Calculation using Magic Formula
Data - Pie Charts - Drawing using Magic Formula
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