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1 1 Minute Maths for the Higher Exam (grades B, C and D topics*) Too fast for a firsttime use but... brilliant for topics you have already understood and want to quickly revise. for the Foundation Exam (grades C, D, E, F and G topics) For a very quick revision For a very thorough revision Watch the clips, making sure you do the questions on the clips. The next few pages are checklists for you to track your progress. Decide how many topics you wish to revise at a time (let s say 10) Print off the worksheets for the clips you want to revise from the AO1 set of worksheets. The next few pages are checklists for you to track your progress Go to 1 Minute Maths and watch these 10 clips making sure you do every question on each clip Can t do a question and the clip goes too fast for you? Have a rest Watch the fulllength clip on the main menu and try again Now do some (or all) of the questions from the worksheets you have printed off and check the answers when you have finished. Forgot how to do a question? Move onto the next set of clips you want to revise Watch the 1 Minute Maths clip and try again *Sorry, even we can t do 1 Minute Maths for A and A* topics  they re just too difficult to revise in a minute.
2 Grade E, F and G topics Page Revised Clip 1 Place Value Clip 2 Ordering Numbers Clip 3 Rounding to the Nearest 10, 100, Clip 4 Reading Scales Clip 5 Multiply and Divide by Powers of Clip 6 Negatives in Real Life Clip 7 Multiplication and Division with Negatives Clip 8 Fraction of an Amount Clip 9 Square and Cube Numbers Clip10 Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Clip 11 Money Questions Clip12 Shading Fractions of Rectangles Clip 13 Ordering Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Clip 14 Estimation Clip 15 Place Value when Multiplying Clip 16 Addition and Subtraction Clip 17 Long Multiplication Clip 18 Long Division Clip19 Multiplication and Division with Decimals Clip 20 Rounding to Decimal Places Clip 21 HalfWay Values Clip 22 Reciprocals Clip 23 Proportion Clip 24 Distance Tables Clip 25 Timetables Clip26 Powers Clip 27 Line Graphs Clip 28 Coordinates Clip 29 Number Sequences Clip 30 Number Machines Clip 31 Angles Clip32 Congruent and Similar Shapes Clip 33 Perimeter and Areas Clip 34 Volume of Cuboids Clip 35 Converting Metric Measures Clip 36 Triangles, Quadrilaterals and Other Polygons Clip37 Names of Solids Clip38 Tessellations Clip 39 Isometric Drawing Clip 40 The Probability Scale Clip 41 The Averages Clip 42 Pictograms Clip 43 Conversion Graphs
3 Grade D topics Page Clip 44 Factors, Multiples and Primes Clip 45 Evaluate Powers Clip 46 Understanding Squares, Cubes and Roots Clip 47 Equivalent Fractions Clip 48 Simplification of Fractions Clip 49 Ordering Fractions Clip 50 Value for Money Clip 51 Find a Percentage with a Calculator Clip 52 Find a Percentage without a Calculator Clip 53 Change to a Percentage with a Calculator Clip 54 Change to a Percentage without a Calculator Clip 55 Finding a Fraction of an Amount Clip 56 Addition and Subtraction of Fractions Clip 57 Multiplication and Division of Fractions Clip 58 Changing Fractions to Decimals Clip 59 BODMAS/BIDMAS Clip 60 Long Multiplication with Decimals Clip 61 Ratio Clip 62 Proportion Recipe Type Questions Clip 63 Hard Calculator Questions Clip 64 Money Exchange Questions Clip 65 Generate a Sequence from the Nth Term Clip 66 Substitution Clip 67 Parallel Lines and Angles Clip 68 Angle Sum of a Triangle Clip 69 Properties of Special Triangles Clip 70 Angles of Regular Polygons Clip 71 Area of a Circle Clip 72 Circumference of a Circle Clip 73 Area Clip 74 Rotations Clip 75 Reflections Clip 76 Enlargements Clip 77 Translations Clip 78 Finding the Midpoint of a Line Clip 79 Measuring and Drawing Angles Clip 80 Drawing Triangles Clip 81 Plans and Elevations Clip 82 Nets Clip 83 Symmetries Clip 84 Data Collection Sheets Clip 85 TwoWay Tables Clip 86 Pie Charts Clip 87 Scatter Graphs Clip 88 Frequency Diagrams Clip 89 Stem and Leaf Diagrams Clip 90 Simple Probability Clip 91 Mutually Exclusive Events Revised
4 Grade C topics Page Revised Clip 92 Overview of Percentages Clip 93 Increase/Decrease by a Percentage Clip 94 Ratio Clip 95 Product of Prime Factors Clip 96 HCF and LCM Clip 97 Using Place Value Clip 98 Recurring Decimals into Fractions Clip 99 Four Rules of Negatives Clip 100 Division by Decimals Clip 101 Estimating Answers Clip 102 Simplification of Algebraic Expressions Clip 103 Expanding and Simplifying Brackets Clip 104 Factorisation Clip 105 Solving Equations Clip 106 Forming Equations Clip 107 Changing the Subject of a Formula Clip 108 Inequalities Clip 109 Solving Inequalities Clip 110 Trial and Improvement Clip 111 Index Notation for Multiplication and Division Clip 112 Finding the Nth Term Clip 113 Drawing Straight Line Graphs Clip 114 Finding the Equation of a Straight Line Clip 115 Solving Simultaneous Equations Graphically Clip 116 Drawing Quadratic Graphs Clip 117 DistanceTime Graphs Clip 118 Pythagoras Theorem Clip 119 Pythagoras  Line on a Graph Clip 120 Surface Area of Cuboids Clip 121 Surface Area of Triangular Prisms Clip 122 Volume of a Prism Clip 123 Similar Shapes Clip 124 Converting Metric Units Clip 125 Bounds Clip 126 Compound Measures Clip 127 Bisecting a Line Clip 128 Drawing a Perpendicular to a Line Clip 129 Bisecting an Angle Clip 130 Loci Clip 131 Bearings Clip 132 Experimental Probabilities Clip 133 Averages from a Table Clip 134 Questionnaires
5 Grade B topics Page Clip 135 Standard Form Clip 136 Percentage Increase and Decrease Clip 137 Compound Interest and Depreciation Clip 138 Reverse Percentage Clip 139 Four Rules of Fractions Clip 140 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factorisation Clip 141 The Difference of Two Squares Clip 142 Simultaneous Linear Equations Clip 143 Understanding y = mx + c Clip 144 Regions Clip 145 Graphs of Cubic and Reciprocal Functions Clip 146 Recognise the Shapes of Functions Clip 147 Trigonometry Clip D Coordinates Clip 149 Similar Shapes Clip 150 Circle Theorems Clip 151 Cumulative Frequency Clip 152 Box Plots Clip 153 Simple Tree Diagrams Clip 154 Harder Tree Diagrams Revised
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