## What do I need to revise for GCSE maths?

These include:

- Structure and calculation.
- Fractions, decimals and percentages.
- Measures and accuracy.
- Algebra.
- Ratio, proportion and rates of changes.
- Geometry and measures.
- Probability.
- Statistics.

### How do you get 6 on GCSE maths?

It is the minimum mark at which a numbered grade (from 9 to 1) can be achieved. As an example, if the grade boundary for Grade 6 is 70 marks, 70 would be the minimum mark required in order to get a Grade 6. So 70 would be a Grade 6, but 69 would be a Grade 5.

#### How many hours of revision do you need for GCSE maths?

Theory 1 – Study Around 15-20 Hours per Week for Your GCSEs & A-Levels. The Student Room interviewed) a few students that came with some solid advice. One student recommends starting to revise around 2 months in advance of the exams.

**How do you revise maths quickly?**

5 Maths Revision Tips That Really Work

- Go through your specification and highlight each topic according to difficulty.
- Bunch together past paper questions on a specific topic.
- Make flashcards/posters with key formulae/equations.
- Do past papers under timed conditions.
- Work through questions with friends.

**What are the different GCSE maths revision sections?**

GCSE maths revision section of Revision Maths, where we provide free maths revision resources to help you with your GCSE maths exams. This section covers a range of topics including: Number, Algebra, Ratio, Proportion and Rates of Change, Geometry and Measure, Trigonometry, Statistics and Probability. GCSE maths revision sections appear below.

## Where can I find the GCSE section?

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### Where can I find more resources for GCSE Maths?

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