Gcse Maths No Coursework

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For starters, new maths topics have been introduced, such as “areas under a curve” and “probabilities in Venn diagrams”, as well as using the “iterative process”.According to the exam board AQA, there will be a renewed focus on problem solving questions.Each paper is weighted equally, representing 33.33% (recurring) of the final mark.

For starters, new maths topics have been introduced, such as “areas under a curve” and “probabilities in Venn diagrams”, as well as using the “iterative process”.According to the exam board AQA, there will be a renewed focus on problem solving questions.Each paper is weighted equally, representing 33.33% (recurring) of the final mark.

The good news is, at least for those sitting the Edexcel’s exams, much of the topics that are commonly found in previous examinations will also appear in the new tests, but in lesser proportions.

This means there may be some familiarity in the new exams.

However, we think the new changes to the assessment criteria are so numerous that students are probably better off devising revision strategies that heavily rely on officially published materials post-2015 from all exam boards.

Make no mistake, these exams will take some years of getting used to.

There have been many conflicting reports about what these changes will look like, with some teachers relaying out-dated information to students, and parents not knowing how it will impact their children’s future.

Below are some important changes we would like to share with you, according to reliable sources such as exam boards, government, and from experienced school teachers. This has been the main driving force for bringing in these reforms.Below is an explanation of their official position.There will now be greater overlapping of topics between Foundation and Higher.Accusations that GCSE exams have become “too easy” or “not fit for purpose” have been a major political issue.Regardless of its name, the actual content of the reforms have nonetheless been implemented in the current GCSEs.After conflicting reports, Ofqual, the Government body that regulates exams, finally clarified that a Level 4 will equal to a lower C grade.With this, they predict proportion of students expected to achieve Level 4 will be the same for the attainment of C in previous years.Students now will be required to answer scenario-based questions which will likely utilise more Algebra, as well as the skillful use of it.Furthermore, according to the exam board Edexcel, students will be required to think critically, and their answers with a methodical approach.For example, those taking the higher test will have questions that range from level 4-9, and those taking the foundation will have questions ranging from level 1-5.This means Foundation students will have the opportunity to achieve a high C grade; but this also means that the Foundation paper will include topic areas uncommon in previous years.

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