## What topics are on a maths non-calculator paper?

Here’s our list of GCSE maths non-calculator topics that you may want to spend extra time revising:

- Long multiplication.
- Quadratic equations.
- Angles.
- Speed, distance and time.
- Circle theorems.
- Similar shapes.
- Percentages and ratios.
- Stratified sampling.

## What topics are in maths paper 1 higher?

Subject content

- 1 Number.
- 2 Algebra.
- 3 Ratio, proportion and rates of change.
- 4 Geometry and measures.
- 5 Probability.
- 6 Statistics.

**What topics are on a maths calculator paper?**

Number

- BIDMAS (brackets)
- Interpret calculator displays.
- Error intervals.
- Compare fractions, decimals and percentages.
- Fractions and ratio problems.
- Recurring decimal to fraction (prove)
- Reverse fraction of an amount.
- Powers and roots.

**What topics are in GCSE maths calculator Foundation?**

What are the GCSE maths topics?

- Number. Structure and calculation. Fractions, decimals and percentages. Measures and accuracy.
- Algebra. Notation, vocabulary and manipulation. Graphs.
- Ratio, proportion and rates of change.
- Geometry and measure. Properties and constructions. Mensuration and calculation.
- Probability.
- Statistics.

### What are the three maths papers?

Students must take three question papers at the same tier and all question papers must be taken in the same series….Introduction

- Number.
- Algebra.
- Ratio, proportion and rates of change.
- Geometry and measures.
- Probability.
- Statistics.

### Are Surds on foundation paper?

Surds are new to the Foundation part of GCSE maths, so I’ve made a very clear step-by-step PowerPoint that introduces surds, explains irrational numbers, demonstrates how to simplify surds, and gives examples and practice in applying all four rules of arithmetic using surds. Plus rationalising the denominator and more.

**Can you use a calculator in GCSE maths?**

For the purposes of this specification, a ‘calculator’ is any electronic or mechanical device which may be used for the performance of mathematical computations. However, only those permissible in the guidance in the Instructions for conducting examinations are allowed in GCSE mathematics examinations.

**What topics are in foundation maths?**

The GCSE maths topics are:

- Number. Structure and calculation. Fractions, decimals and percentages. Measures and accuracy.
- Algebra. Notation, vocabulary and manipulation. Graphs.
- Ratio, proportion and rates of change.
- Geometry and measure. Properties and constructions. Mensuration and calculation.
- Probability.
- Statistics.

#### What topics are on maths paper 2?

Paper 2 Topics

- Statistics.
- Probability.
- Geometry.
- Trigonometry.
- Co-Ordinate Geometry.

#### What topics are in higher maths?

Topics

- Dividing and factorising polynomial expressions.
- Laws of logarithms and exponents.
- Solving polynomial equations.
- Solving logarithmic and exponential equations.
- Trigonometric expressions.
- Solving trigonometric equations.
- Identifying and sketching related functions.
- Determining composite and inverse functions.

**What topics are in maths paper 2?**

Number

- BIDMAS (brackets)
- Interpret calculator displays.
- Rounding and estimation, error intervals.
- Compare fractions, decimals and percentages.
- Fractions and ratio problems.
- Recurring decimal to fraction (prove)
- Index Laws (division, negative and fractional)

**What are the non-calculator topics for GCSE Maths?**

Here’s our list of GCSE maths non-calculator topics that you may want to spend extra time revising: Long multiplication. Quadratic equations. Angles. Speed, distance and time. Circle theorems. Similar shapes. Percentages and ratios. Stratified sampling. Indices. Standard form.

## How long does the non-calculator GCSE maths paper last?

The exam is written and last for 1 hour 30 minutes. There is a total of 80 marks up for grabs and the paper contributes to 33.3% of your overall GCSE maths grade. To help you prepare for the non-calculator paper, we’ve compiled a non-exhaustive list of topics that you may want to spend time revising.

## How many marks do you get for a non-calculator paper?

There is a total of 80 marks up for grabs and the paper contributes to 33.3% of your overall GCSE maths grade. To help you prepare for the non-calculator paper, we’ve compiled a non-exhaustive list of topics that you may want to spend time revising.

**What are the command words in a non-calculator paper?**

Some of the most common command words in the non-calculator paper include ‘write down’, ‘calculate’ and ‘draw’. Double-check how many marks each question is worth. The number of available marks is shown in brackets at the end of the question, e.g. (2 marks).