For a child in primary school, there is nothing more important in maths than knowing your times tables. It will make everything you learn in the subject so much easier. If a child needs to write out their times tables every time they need to work out something like 6×4… Continue reading Times Tables App Review – Math Ninja

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## Factorising Quadratic Expressions for GCSE Maths – Higher Tier

Following on from the last blog on factorising quadratics, here is a guide to factorising quadratics of the form ax2 + bx + c, where a is greater than 1. This will only be tested on the higher tier GCSE maths exam, so if you're studying foundation, this blog is… Continue reading Factorising Quadratic Expressions for GCSE Maths – Higher Tier

## Factorising Quadratics

Here is a simple guide to factorising quadratics on the GCSE mathematics foundation exam.If you're doing the maths foundation exam - luckily for you, you're only going to need to factorise quadratics of the form x2 + ax + b (which trust me, makes things a LOT easier! If you’re… Continue reading Factorising Quadratics

## Times Table Practice

We've all been there at some stage - 4 x 1 = 4, 4 x 2 = 8, 4 x 3 = 12… and so on. It's not fun, but it is effective. Unfortunately, knowing your times tables is incredibly important for maths students of any age and ability. That… Continue reading Times Table Practice