# AQA GCSE Mathematics

Unit Code: 8300

**How To Revise For GCSE Mathematics**

This section provides revision resources for the **new 9-1 GCSE mathematics** specification for the AQA exam board. This specification is being taught from September 2015 with the first exams in June 2017.

The specification unit code is **8300**.

- You can find the GCSE Specification for mathematics here.

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**When are the GCSE Maths exams?**

- The exam itself consists of
**three exam papers.** **Due to the Coronavirus, the 2020 exams have been cancelled.**- Paper 1: Non-Calculator 8300/1H – Higher – (May/June 2021)
- Paper 2: Calculator 8300/2H – Higher – (May/June 2021)
- Paper 3: Calculator 8300/3H – Higher – (May/June 2021)

**What topics will I be learning?**

There are a total of 6 topics (chapters) within your GCSE mathematics course that you will need to learn.

The topics you will be learning include:

- Number
- Algebra
- Graphs
- Ratio, proportion and rates of change
- Geometry and measures
- Pythagoras
- Trigonometry
- Probability
- Statistics

##### Number

__Definition of numbers____Rational or irrational numbers____Multiples____Factors____Reciprocal____BODMAS____Prime Numbers____Prime Factors____Squared and Cubed numbers____Lowest Common Multiple____Highest Common Factor____Imperial and Metric Units____Indices____Laws of Indices____Fractions____Equivalent/cancelling down fractions____Mixed numbers____Multiplying fractions____Dividing fractions____Common denominators____Adding and subtracting fractions____Finding the fraction of something____Percentages, decimals and fractions____Converting decimals to fractions____Recurring/terminating numbers____Recurring fractions to decimals____Recurring decimals to fractions____Rounding numbers____Estimating__

##### Algebra

__Algebra__– coming soon!

##### Graphs

__Graph__– coming soon!

##### Ratio, proportion and rates of change

__Ratio, proportion and rates of change__– coming soon!

##### Geometry and measures

- Formulation of testable hypotheses – coming soon!
__Geometry and measures subtopics go here__– coming soon!

##### Pythagoras

__Pythagoras subtopics go here__– coming soon!

##### Trigonometry

__Trigonometry subtopics go here__– coming soon!

##### Probability

__Probability subtopics go here__– coming soon!

##### Statistics

__Statistics subtopics go here__– coming soon!

##### Past Exam Papers & Mark Schemes

- AQA GCSE Mathematics Paper 1 Exam Paper 8300/1H 2019
- AQA GCSE Mathematics Paper 2 Exam Paper 8300/2H 2019
- AQA GCSE Mathematics Paper 3 Exam Paper 8300/3H 2019

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