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Powers, Roots and Indices Revision Videos

Bounds are the highest and lowest amounts that a number could have been before it was rounded. This is a complex concept so please work through these videos carefully to...

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Lower and Upper Bounds Revision Videos

Algebra has it's own set off rules that govern how we write things and which way is the simplest form. Getting this notation correct ensures that we all understand what...

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Simplifying Algebra Revision Videos

Expressions, functions and formulae should not be confused with each other. You need to be able to recognise and construct each of these. Watch these videos to learn how it's...

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Expressions, Functions and Formulae Revision Videos

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GCSE Maths (Higher) Revision Flashcards

Coordinates are a basic building block of Mathematics. Without a secure knowledge of coordinates you will drop points on questions on a range of other subjects which build on this...

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Coordinates Revision Videos

Expanding brackets is another skill that is always tested on your GCSE exam. You need to be able to do all the techniques shown in the videos below if you...

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Expanding Brackets Revision Videos

Linear sequences have a common difference between each of their terms. This feature allows us to calculate subsequent terms of the sequence and find a general rule that will apply...

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Linear Sequences Revision Videos

Linear equations are equations that don't involve any squares or higher powers. Being able solve linear equations is a fundamental part of GCSE Maths that you must understand. Here are...

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Linear Equations Revision Videos

Percentages is a broad topic which has many different aspects, each requiring an individual approach. Students frequently fail because they don't understand the topic as a whole, just learning one...

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Percentages Revision Videos

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Although real life graphs can take many forms, the same general principles will apply to all of them. Take a look at these videos to get an idea of what...

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Real-Life Graphs and Rates of Change Revision Videos

2D shapes are often overlooked as students assume that they know all there is to know on the subject. Although it is not the most difficult topic in the GCSE,...

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Properties of 2D Shapes Revision Videos

Knowing how to calculate angles in a triangle and a quadrilateral is essential because it is always tested in some form in the Mathematics GCSE. Thankfully it's not the most...

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Angles in Triangles and Quadrilaterals Revision Videos

There's plenty to learn on the topic of 'angles in polygons'. You will need to be able to work these questions out by using the number of triangles each shape...

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Angles in Polygons Revision Videos

Do you know your corresponding angles from your alternate angles? If not, it's time to brush up your 'angles in parallel lines' knowledge. All you need to know is in...

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Angles in Parallel Lines Revision Videos

Students frequently confuse area and perimeter so the more practice you can do to master these topics the better. We've collected together some great videos that delve into this topic...

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Perimeter and Area of Triangles and Quadrilaterals Revision Videos

A trapezium is a four sided shape that has one pair of parallel sides. The formula for the area of a trapezium is no longer provided in your test so...

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Area of Trapeziums Revision Videos

Compound shapes are shapes that you will need to break down into smaller, simpler shapes in order to work out their areas. Working out the perimeter is just a question...

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Perimeter and Area of Compound Shapes Revision Videos

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