## Is GCSE maths difficult?

It has the hardest median question of all, since the black line in that column is highest of all. But since it is a squat column that does not spread far up or down, the exam does not cover much of the ability range.

**What topics are in 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 answer GCSE maths questions?

Don’t forget to check them out!

- Read the question thoroughly. It’s the simplest advice, but also the easiest to forget in the heat of the exam.
- Highlight the key information in each question.
- Check your units.
- Write out all of your workings to show every bit of your process.
- Double check everything.

**How many questions are there in GCSE maths?**

Assessments. GCSE Mathematics has a Foundation tier (grades 1 – 5) and a Higher tier (grades 4 – 9). Students must take three question papers at the same tier.

#### What’s the easiest GCSE?

The Top 10 Easiest GCSEs

- Physics – 41.8% of students achieving As or above.
- Biology – 41.4% of students achieving As or above.
- Further additional science – 35.3% of students achieving As or above.
- Music – 30.8% of students achieving As or above.
- Religious studies – 29.5% of students achieving As or above.

**What if I fail my GCSE?**

You can still enrol to retake your GCSEs at a local school or college. This means you’ll have a timetable and attend classes with other GCSE students. For Maths and English, resitting is compulsory if you haven’t achieved a pass (grade 4).

## Is it hard to get a 9 in GCSE?

While getting a 9 in GCSE Maths is difficult, it is not an impossible achievement. Put in the practice and hard work now and you’ll have a very good chance of nailing it in your exams and getting the grade you’re after.

**How can I get highest marks in maths?**

Here’s how I studied.

- Self-study NCERT completely.
- Solve all the exercises.
- Solve all the examples.
- If not understood well, repeat this.
- Come up with questions and take guidance from your teachers.
- Solve sample question papers.
- Last 20 days of practice – most crucial.

### How can I pass my maths GCSE higher?

Here are some tips to give you the best possible chance of doing well in your exams.

- Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late. Because maths builds on previous learning, don’t wait until your exams are on the horizon before you ensure you understand each topic.
- Practise with Past Maths GCSE Papers.
- Have a Plan.

**Is doing foundation maths bad?**

Foundation science won’t impact you negatively unless you want to do A levels in any of the sciences, or if you’re aiming for a Russell Group university that looks at your GCSEs.

#### What are the maths questions on the GCSE exam?

Maths questions will appear throughout both exam papers (Breadth and Depth) and at both Foundation Tier and Higher Tier. Don’t forget to take a ruler and a calculator into the exams. Maths questions often start with the command word ‘calculate’, followed by a blank space for your working.

**Are there any worksheets for past GCSE maths paper?**

Includes worked solutions for some GCSE and IGCSE maths past examinations. Scroll down the page for questions and answers for GCSE and IGCSE maths past papers. Questions & Solutions for Edexcel GCSE Maths 1MA1 Paper 1 (No Calculator)

## Are there any worked solutions for GCSE Maths?

Includes worked solutions for some GCSE and IGCSE maths past examinations. Scroll down the page for questions and answers for GCSE and IGCSE maths past papers.

**What do you need to know about Edexcel GCSE?**

Questions & Solutions for Edexcel GCSE Maths 1MA1 Paper 1 (No Calculator) The following table gives the formulae that you need to know for the Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Maths: Areas, Volumes, Circles, Compound Measures, Pythagoras, Trigonometric Formulae, Quadratic Equations.