Work out how many people are in an office, given the ratio of females to males and what proportion wear glasses.
Here is question 18 from the AQA 3F June 2017 paper: The first thing to notice is this question is worth a whopping 5 marks and there is that tell-tale sentence 'You must show your working.', so it is going to require some thought and thorough working out. Before committing anything to paper have a... Continue Reading →
An A Level/AS Maths exam typically has 9-10 questions, with a total of 75 marks. That's an average of 8-9 marks per question. There are between 8-11 topics in each module, meaning there is going to be roughly one question on each topic. So, there may only be one opportunity to get all that knowledge... Continue Reading →
An effective revision technique can make all the difference. Here are my handy hints: Get yourself organised with a folder or notebook for each subject. Condense your notes into well ordered, easy to read and colourful notelets. Don't put too much information on each notelet, they should contain key facts to jog your memory. Highlight... Continue Reading →