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Exam Questions
Solutions
Grade
Past Series Appearance*
Algebraic Fractions (Equations)
Algebraic Fractions (Simplifying)
Algebraic Proof
Circle Theorems Proofs
Equation of a Tangent to a Circle
Non-linear Simultaneous Equations
Quadratic Inequalities
Rationalise the Denominator
Speed Time Graphs
Transformations of Graphs
Vectors (Higher)
3D Trig and Pythagoras
Algebraic Fractions (Operations)
Area of a Triangle (Using Trig)
Calculating with Surds
Circle Theorems
Completing the Square
Composite Functions
Conditional Probability
Cosine Rule
Drawing Histograms
Equations of Perpendicular Lines
Find a Turning Point by completing the square
Functions and Equations
Interpreting Histograms
Inverse Functions
Iteration
Proportionality (Direct/Inverse)
Recurring Decimals to Fractions
Sequences - Quadratic nth term
Similar Areas/Volumes
Sine Rule
Solving Quadratics By Completing the Square
Surds and Brackets
The Quadratic Formula
Trigonometric Graphs
Upper and Lower Bounds
Box Plots and Quartiles
Cumulative Frequency Diagrams
Enlargements (Negative Scale Factor)
Equation of a Circle
Expanding Triple Brackets
Fractional Indices
Function Notation
Inequalities and Regions
Angles in Polygons
Averages from Grouped Frequency Tables
Bearings
Equation of a line (y = mx + c)
Equations of Parallel Lines
Error Intervals
Exact Trig Values
Probability Tree Diagrams
Quadratic Graphs
Reverse Mean
Similar Triangles
Standard Form
Trigonometry - SOHCAHTOA
Averages from Frequency Tables
Drawing Straight Line Graphs
Enlargements
HCF and LCM
Prime Factorisation
Reflections
Rotations
Similar Shapes
Translations
Area and Circumference
Drawing Pie Charts
Linear Equations (2 step and Brackets)
Linear Equations (one step)
Topic
Video
ExamQ
Answers
Grade
Past Paper %*
Algebraic Fractions (Equations)
Algebraic Fractions (Simplifying)
Algebraic Proof
Circle Theorems Proofs
Equation of a Tangent to a Circle
Non-linear Simultaneous Equations
Quadratic Inequalities
Rationalise the Denominator
Speed Time Graphs
Transformations of Graphs
Vectors (Higher)
3D Trig and Pythagoras
Algebraic Fractions (Operations)
Area of a Triangle (Using Trig)
Calculating with Surds
Circle Theorems
Completing the Square
Composite Functions
Conditional Probability
Cosine Rule
Drawing Histograms
Equations of Perpendicular Lines
Find a Turning Point by completing the square
Functions and Equations
Interpreting Histograms
Inverse Functions
Iteration
Proportionality (Direct/Inverse)
Recurring Decimals to Fractions
Sequences - Quadratic nth term
Similar Areas/Volumes
Sine Rule
Solving Quadratics By Completing the Square
Surds and Brackets
The Quadratic Formula
Trigonometric Graphs
Upper and Lower Bounds
Box Plots and Quartiles
Cumulative Frequency Diagrams
Enlargements (Negative Scale Factor)
Equation of a Circle
Expanding Triple Brackets
Fractional Indices
Function Notation
Inequalities and Regions
Angles in Polygons
Averages from Grouped Frequency Tables
Bearings
Equation of a line (y = mx + c)
Equations of Parallel Lines
Error Intervals
Exact Trig Values
Probability Tree Diagrams
Quadratic Graphs
Reverse Mean
Similar Triangles
Standard Form
Trigonometry - SOHCAHTOA
Averages from Frequency Tables
Drawing Straight Line Graphs
Enlargements
HCF and LCM
Prime Factorisation
Reflections
Rotations
Similar Shapes
Translations
Area and Circumference
Drawing Pie Charts
Linear Equations (2 step and Brackets)
Linear Equations (one step)

* Past Series Appearance Percentage is correct up to and including exams from June 23 and is specific to AQA.

Where sensible some "skills" have been grouped together to form a "topic". An example might be the topic "functions". All of the skills "inverse functions", "composite functions" etc are grouped under "functions". In such cases the percentage shown will be the same for all skills and reflect the overall appearance of the topic rather than the separate skills.

Where topics are at grade 5 or below the percentage may differ from higher and foundation tier. In these cases I have selected the percentage that I feel is most appropriate, usually the foundation percentage.

These percentages are designed to give an idea of how frequently topics have appeared on past exams.
They are not an indicator of the relative likelyhood that topics will appear on future exams and should be used with caution. The best way to prepare for examinations is to prepare for all topics.

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