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The Edge in GCSE Maths: Cumulative Frequency, Box Plots and Histograms
- Levels: GCSE
- Exam boards: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas, WJEC
This GCSE Maths revision webinar is on Cumulative Frequency, Box Plots and Histograms.
Who's it for:
This webinar is for all Higher tier students. You will probably already have a good understanding of cumulative frequency, so this section of the webinar will be a recap of the common mistakes that students make. If you are not 100% sure about what gains you the marks for questions on box plots and histograms, this webinar will be well-worth attending.
Hosts: Stephen Lupton
- Upcoming Live Sessions
- On-demand Access
Recorded webinar & resources
About this webinar
The OnDemand version of this webinar contains video recordings of all the key content covered in the webinar which you can work through at your own pace.
By the end of the webinar, you will:
- Have revised how to complete a cumulative frequency table, draw a cumulative frequency curve, and how to answer questions on histograms
- Know how to make estimates using the proportions shown by a histogram
- Know what the examiner is looking for when you are asked to compare two box plots
Stephen is a Maths teacher with over 14 years’ experience across the 11-18 age range in UK schools. He has held various management positions in three high-performing schools, including Head of Department. Stephen is passionate about his subject, and with his background in engineering Stephen strives for students to make concrete links between Maths and its applications.
Ways to access this webinar
You'll need to be on a good broadband connection of at least 1 Mbps. Test your connection.
You won't be required to speak, so you don't need a microphone, Headphones are recommended.
We use a conference system called GoToTraining as it's nice and simple. We'll provide you with complete instructions of how to join when you register for the event.
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