Maths GCSE Math A level Tutorial
January 21, 2020
GCSETo be successful at the Maths GCSE you need to practise all topics to know them thoroughly.
It is by practising that you will acquire the skills. You need to practise all topics as the GCSE is an exam
on all topics. After some practice, Maths topics will be easy and quickly solved.
At tutorfair , a Maths tutor like Mrs Anne BABAD, can ensure the success throughout the year, and, finally at the exam.
I can provide practice on Numbers, fractions, standard form, rounding numbers, Algebra, powers and roots, solving equations, quadratic formula, algebraic fractions,inequalities, trial and improvement, simultaneous equations and graphs, Graphs,plotting straight line graphs, parallel and perpendicular lines, Geometry and Measures, circles geometry, congruent and similar shapes, areas, surface area, volume, unit conversions, Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometry, the sine and cosine rules, vectors. Statistics and Probability, mean, mode median and range, frequency tables, probability basics, tree diagrams etc...as it is quoted in MATHS GCSE Textbook.
Maths GCSE is a must for all jobs, and for anybody who want to carry on study.
The same appy to Maths A level if even more.
To be successful at the Maths A level, you need to practise all topics on regular basis.
It is by practising that you will understand the topics and acquire the skills. The A Level exam will assess your knowledge and understanding.
MATHS A level is good qualification which will open others doors.
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