This is only the second post for AQA GCSE maths revision and it deals with AQA paper 2 Higher Calculator June 2015 based on the new specimen papers published June 2015. Here’s a link to the AQA paper 2 Higher Calculator June 2015 for you to download. Here’s the link to the hand written worked answers: AQA paper 2 Higher Calculator June 2015 WORKED … [Read more...]

## Maths Past Papers – Edexcel GCSE Higher Calculator Questions.

This is the third post that deals with working with maths past papers - and the first for the Edexcel GCSE Higher Maths Calculator Questions. The previous two posts, Edexcel GCSE Higher Maths Non Calculator Questions and AQA Higher Maths Non Calculator Questions, have generated some good views through the YouTube channel. However I thought it would be useful to … [Read more...]

## AQA Past Papers – GCSE Higher Maths Non Calculator Questions

The One Hour Revision – Edexcel GCSE Higher Maths Non Calculator Questions post has proven to be popular, so I thought I’d add a similar post dealing with AQA Past Papers - GCSE Higher Maths Non Calculator Questions. This specifically looks at the new specimen papers published June 2015. As before you can download the AQA past paper here, work through each of the questions, … [Read more...]

## Edexcel Maths Paper – Higher Maths Non Calculator With Video

This type of one hour revision of Edexcel GCSE Maths Paper - Non Calculator Questions is a bit of a change to the normal 3minutemaths posts! However, as I've been working with a number of extremely talented students during the past few years, I thought it would be a useful way of offering some focussed revision. The Edexcel GCSE Maths Paper - Non Calculator Questions sample … [Read more...]

## Convert recurring decimals to fractions – GCSE maths level 7+

Recurring decimals to fractions questions seem to appear fairly frequently on GCSE papers - especially non calculator, if there is some degree of cancelling down required. You need to be able to follow the same sort of method each time, but be prepared for occasional arithmetic. The whole idea is to create a way of subtracting two values of 'n' in order to get rid of the … [Read more...]