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Foundation GCSE, Higher GCSE

Distance, speed and time calculations

In this blog, we will look at distance, speed and time calculations and I will show you a handy trick that will help you to remember how to calculate them.First of all – distance, speed and time are all related. If you have two of them, you can use them… Continue reading Distance, speed and time calculations

Foundation GCSE, Higher GCSE

How to remember exact sin, cos and tan values

If you’re studying for your maths GCSE, there are certain values of sine, cosine and tangent that you need to know off by heart. Luckily, in two of the three mathematics exams, you will be allowed to use a calculator, but in the non-calculator exam you will need to know… Continue reading How to remember exact sin, cos and tan values

Higher GCSE

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