Get yourself trained on New GCSE/iGCSE Maths with this Online Training New GCSE/iGCSE Maths Complete Revision – Number.
Online Training New GCSE/iGCSE Maths Complete Revision – Number
This new GCSE Maths revision course is a guide to get you up to speed on all Number topics of the BRAND NEW Maths GCSE, to be sat for the first time in the spring of 2017.The course is structured to improve your confidence step-by-step, broken down into 5 modules that contain a number of lectures. Each lecture will focus on the correct method and specific examples of each topic, allowing you to digest the content in small chunks at a time. Included in the course are the following topics:Number OperationsFractions, Decimals & PercentagesIndices & SurdsApproximation & EstimationRatio, Proportion & Rates of ChangeThere is a worksheet that accompanies each lecture to give you more practice at the concepts taught.At the end of each module a quiz will test your understanding on the concepts taught.Each video lecture can also be used as a stand alone help video, so you can cherry pick topics that you are struggling with once you have completed the course to give you further confidence.It is complimented by three other courses that focus on Algebra, Shape and Data respectively (available on Udemy soon)!
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