# Complex Calculations and Accuracy

Overview Com­plex cal­cu­la­tions and accu­racy cov­ers using knowl­edge and your cal­cu­la­tor to manip­u­late num­bers. Top­ics include compound inter­est, per­cent­age change, stan­dard form, upper and lower bounds and absolute and per­cent­age…

# Probability: A Simple Way to Learn it

Overview Prob­a­bil­ity There is some jar­gon to learn: mutu­ally exclu­sive events, com­bined events, expected fre­quency, rel­a­tive fre­quency, exper­i­men­tal prob­a­bil­ity, esti­mated prob­a­bil­ity, inde­pen­dent events and the­o­ret­i­cal prob­a­bil­ity. This may seem a…

# Range and Averages: Learn It in a Simple Way

Overview Range and Averages I find this sec­tion not too demand­ing. You have to learn some terms (range, mean, mode and median) and one or two tech­niques (for exam­ple, how…

# Everything That You Need to Know About Data Collection

Overview Data Collection In my opin­ion there is noth­ing too chal­leng­ing in data col­lec­tion and com­mon sense will help to answer most ques­tions. You do have to be famil­iar with…

# Flipped Learning: Will It Totally Change The Way Math Is Taught?

What Is Flipped Learning? Flipped learning turns conventional teaching on its head. Instead of delivering a ‘one size fits all’ lecture to the whole class and then setting questions for…

# How Numeracy and Math are Taught in Primary Schools

This should be more accu­rately titled “How My Chil­dren Were Taught Numer­acy by Their Pri­mary School”. I know that dif­fer­ent schools have dif­fer­ent strate­gies and everything is under con­stant review….

# How to Add Fractions in 5 Simple Steps

Adding frac­tions (if they have dif­fer­ent denom­i­na­tors) is not some­thing you can eas­ily work out how to do. You have to know a method. The method is not dif­fi­cult and…

# How to Learn Your Times Tables (Simple Hack)

The Maths GCSE exam includes a whole sec­tion where you are not allowed to use a cal­cu­la­tor. It really helps, if you not only know your times tables, but are…

# How to Subtract Fractions in 5 Simple Steps

The method for sub­tract­ing frac­tions is very sim­i­lar to the method for adding frac­tions. The key point is that you have to make the denom­i­na­tors (the bot­tom num­bers) equal before…

# Maths GCSE: How to Take The Exam as a Private Candidate

Gov­ern­ment help with Numer­acy and Maths GCSE I know this page is headed ‘How to take the exam as a pri­vate can­di­date but I feel I must point out that…