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### GCSE »  Algebra I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Basic Algebra, solving equations by substitution, expanding and simplifying expressions, collecting like terms and multiplying expressions
Go to Algebra I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Basic Algebra, solving equations by substitution, simplifying equations, collecting like terms and multiplying expressions
Go to Algebra I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Basic Algebra, solving equations by substitution, simplifying equations, simplifying expressions with surds, collecting like terms and multiplying expressions
Go to Algebra I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Simplifying algebraic expressions, removing nested brackets, multiplying out two brackets, quadratic expansion, factorising
Go to Algebra II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Simplifying algebraic expressions, removing nested brackets, multiplying out algebraic expressions, quadratic expansion, factorising, grouping expressions
Go to Algebra II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Simplifying algebraic expressions, removing nested brackets, multiplying out brackets, collecting like terms, factorising
Go to Algebra II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra III

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Simplifying and solving equations, changing the subject of a formula, rearranging formulas, quadratic expansion, solving linear equations
Go to Algebra III 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra III

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Simplifying and solving equations, changing the subject of a formula, rearranging formulas, quadratic expansion, solving linear equations, surds
Go to Algebra III 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebra III

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Simplifying and solving equations, changing the subject of a formula, multiplying out expressions in brackets, substituting values
Go to Algebra III 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebraic Fractions

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Simplifying algebraic fractions, dividing and multiplying algebraic fractions, common factor, adding and subtracting algebraic fractions
Go to Algebraic Fractions 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebraic Fractions

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Algebraic fractions, simplifying algebraic fractions, multiplying and dividing algebraic fractions fractions
Go to Algebraic Fractions 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Algebraic Fractions

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Simplifying algebraic fractions, dividing and multiplying algebraic fractions, common factor, adding and subtracting algebraic fractions
Go to Algebraic Fractions 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Angles, Straight Lines

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Right angle, the revolution, complementary and supplementary angles, parallel lines, corresponding angles

### GCSE »  Angles, Straight Lines

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Angles and parallel lines, the revolution, calculating the size of angles, supplementary and complementary angles

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### GCSE »  Angles, Straight Lines

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
The revolution, complementary and supplementary angles, corresponding angles, parallel lines and angles

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### GCSE »  Area

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Area and perimiter of a square and rectangle, calculate side lengths, area of a triangle, trapezium, parallelogram and rhombus
Go to Area 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Area

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Diagonals, triangle height, triangle sides, area and perimiter of a square and rectangle
Go to Area 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Area

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Area and perimeter of a square, area of a triangle, area and circumference of a circle, area of an arc and area of quadrilaterals
Go to Area 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Basic arithmetic, multiplication, division, multiplication and division by 0, solving simple equations, use of brackets, whole numbers, natural numbers, integers, rounding
Go to Arithmetic I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Basic rules of arithmetic, counting numbers, whole numbers, positive and negative numbers, rounding numbers
Go to Arithmetic I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Basic arithmetic, multiplication, division, multiplication and division by 0, solving simple equations, use of brackets, whole numbers, natural numbers, integers, rounding
Go to Arithmetic I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Basic arithmetic, multiplication, division, multiplication and division by 0, solving simple equations, use of brackets, whole numbers, natural numbers, integers, rounding
Go to Arithmetic II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Basic arithmetic, multiplication, division, multiplication and division by 0, solving simple equations, use of brackets, absolute value
Go to Arithmetic II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Basic arithmetic, multiplication, division, multiplication and division by 0, solving simple equations, use of brackets, absolute value
Go to Arithmetic II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Arithmetic III

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Basic arithmetic, solving equations, use of brackets, finding next terms in sequences, finding next terms in simple series
Go to Arithmetic III 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Circles I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Area and circumeference of a circle, radius and diameter of a circle, tangent of a circle, sector area, arc length
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### GCSE »  Circles I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Area and circumference of a circle, radius and diameter, sector area, sector angle, inscribed square and triangle
Go to Circles I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Circles I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Angles in a circle, finding diameter of a circle, inscribed quadrilaterals, chord length
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### GCSE »  Circles II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Inscribed angle, cyclic quadrilateral, tangent to a circle, tangent angle
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### GCSE »  Circles II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Circle theorem, inscribed angle, chord theorem, circle tangents, inscribed triangles
Go to Circles II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Circles II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Radius of a circle, circumscribed circles, area and circumference of a circle
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### GCSE »  Coordinate Geometry I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Plot and connect points in a coordinate system, distance between points, midpoints, equation of a straight line
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### GCSE »  Coordinate Geometry I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Plotting points on a coordinate system, area of plotted objects, distance between two points, midpoints, equation of a straight line
Go to Coordinate Geometry I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Coordinate Geometry I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Plotting points on a coordinate system, area of plotted objects, length of a line, finding a midpoint, equations of a straight line
Go to Coordinate Geometry I 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Coordinate Geometry II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Equation of a straight line in the slope - intercept and standard form, parallel lines

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### GCSE »  Coordinate Geometry II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Equation of a straight line in the slope-intercept and standard form, finding equation of a straight line, two lines intersection, parallel and perpendicular lines

### GCSE »  Coordinate Geometry II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Equation of a straight line in standard form, sketching graphs of straight lines in a coordinate system, parallel and perpendicular lines

### GCSE »  Decimals I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Multiplying and dividing decimals, rounding numbers, significant figures, decimal places, converting decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals
Go to Decimals I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Decimals I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of ten, significant figures, decimal places, converting decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals
Go to Decimals I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Decimals I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Multiplying, dividing decimals by 10 (powers of ten), rounding numbers to significant figures and decimal places, converting decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals
Go to Decimals I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Decimals II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Finding expansion of a repeating decimal, rounding decimals, writing fraction as a repeating decimal, writing repeating decimal as a fraction, rational numbers, reciprocals, decimal arithmetics
Go to Decimals II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Decimals II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Finding expansion of a repeating decimal, writing fraction as a repeating decimal, writing repeating decimal as a fraction, rational numbers, reciprocals
Go to Decimals II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Decimals II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Rounding expansion of a repeating decimal, significant figures, writing fraction as a repeating decimal, writing repeating decimal as a fraction, converting fractions, rational numbers, reciprocals
Go to Decimals II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factorisation I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Factorising expressions, HCF, common factor
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### GCSE »  Factorisation I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Factorisation algebraic expressions, factorisation of quadratic expressions
Go to Factorisation I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factorisation I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Go to Factorisation I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factorisation II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Factorisation, common factor, difference of two squares roots, trinomial expression
Go to Factorisation II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factorisation II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Factorisation of polynomial equations, factorisation of quadratic equations, trinomial expression
Go to Factorisation II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factorisation II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Factorisation of polynomial equations, factorisation of quadratic equations, trinomial expression
Go to Factorisation II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factors I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
LCM (Lowest Common Multiple), HCF (Highest Common Factor), powers, finding factors of a given number, prime numbers, writing number as a product of prime numbers
Go to Factors I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factors I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Odd numbers, even numbers, finding square of a number, finding cube of a number, square root
Go to Factors I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factors I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
LCM (Lowest Common Multiple), HCF (Highest Common Factor), powers, roots, finding factors of a given number, prime numbers, writing number as a product of prime numbers
Go to Factors I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factors II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Factors, LCM (Lowest Common Multiple), HCF (Highest Common Factor), powers, roots, finding factors of a given number, prime numbers, writing number as a product of prime numbers
Go to Factors II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factors II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Cube root, finding factors, prime numbers, prime factors, LCM - lowest common multiple, HCF - highest common factor
Go to Factors II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Factors II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
LCM (Lowest Common Multiple), HCF (Highest Common Factor), factors, powers, square roots, finding factors of a given number, prime numbers, writing number as a product of prime numbers
Go to Factors II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Formulae

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Finding value of a variable in a formulae, rearranging formulae
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### GCSE »  Formulae

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Finding value of a variable in a formulae, rearranging formulae
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### GCSE »  Formulae

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Finding value of a variable in a formulae, rearranging formulae
Go to Formulae 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Fractions I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Improper fractions, mixed numbers, arranging fractions, fraction arithmetics, solving equations, equivalent fractions, converting fractions to decimals
Go to Fractions I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Fractions I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, reducing fractions to lowest terms, comparing fractions, converting fractions
Go to Fractions I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Fractions I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Converting fractions to decimals, fractions arithmetic, expressing fractions as improper fraction or mixed number, equivalent fractions, reducing fractions
Go to Fractions I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Fractions II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Fraction arithmetics, solving fraction equations, square rooting fractions, simplifying and reducing fractions
Go to Fractions II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Fractions II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Arithmetic with fractions - adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing fractions, reducing fractions, equivalent fractions
Go to Fractions II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Fractions II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Solving fractions equations, reducing to lowest terms, squaring fractions, fractions arithmetics
Go to Fractions II 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Functions I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Calculate value of a function, function domain, sketching graphs of linear and quadratic functions
Go to Functions I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Functions I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Functions, finding value of a function, quadratic function (parabola), sketching different types of graphs
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### GCSE »  Functions I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Calculate value of a function, function domain, sketching graphs of linear and quadratic functions
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### GCSE »  Functions II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Normal
Parallel lines, perpendicular lines, equation of a straight line
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### GCSE »  Functions II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Equation of a straight line, parallel and perpendicular lines
Go to Functions II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Functions III

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Inverse functions, function of a function, composition of functions
Go to Functions III 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Graphs

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Sketching graphs on a coordinate system, different types of graphs, finding values on graphs
Go to Graphs 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Indices

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Powers, simplifying expressions, law of indices, fractions as indices, negative indices, expressions with the same base, square roots
Go to Indices 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Indices

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Powers, simplifying expressions, rules of indices, fractions as indices, negative indices, expressions with the same base
Go to Indices 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Indices

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Powers, roots, simplifying expressions, law of indices, fractions as indices, negative indices, expressions with the same base, surds
Go to Indices 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Inequalities

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Solving linear inequalities, sketching graphs, solving inequalities graphically
Go to Inequalities 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Inequalities

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving inequalities - finding range of numbers that are solution to inequality, sketching graphs. Solving double inequality.
Go to Inequalities 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Linear Equations I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Solving linear equations - equations with one variable. Equations with brackets and variables on both sides. Equations with fractions.
Go to Linear Equations I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Linear Equations I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving linear equations. Simplifying algebraic expressions, multiplying out brackets.
Go to Linear Equations I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Linear Equations I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Linear equations - higher tier. Rearranging formulas, surds, squaring both sides, absolute value
Go to Linear Equations I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Measurements

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Converting measurements, imperial units, metric units, units of weight, volume and length
Go to Measurements 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Measurements

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Converting metric and imperial measurements from one unit to another, convert between metric and imperial measurements units of length, weight, volume
Go to Measurements 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Measurements

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Converting metric and imperial measurements from one unit to another, convert between metric and imperial measurements units of length, weight, volume
Go to Measurements 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Percentages

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Calculating percentages, finding percentage of a value, calculating percentage increase or descrease
Go to Percentages 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Percentages

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Percentages, expressing quantities as percentages, finding percentage of a value, calculating percentage increase and decrease
Go to Percentages 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Percentages

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Percentages, calculating percentages, percentage increases and descreases, percentage of a value, calculating percentage change
Go to Percentages 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Pie Charts

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Pie charts. This test covers drawing pie charts, working out angles of each sector (pie slice). Reading frequency data from tables and drawing a pie chart.
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### GCSE »  Probability

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Finding probability, probability of event not happening, relative frequency
Go to Probability 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Probability

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Probability, probability of 'not' an event, mutually exclusive outcomes
Go to Probability 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Quadratic Equations I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Go to Quadratic Equations I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Quadratic Equations I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Quadratic equations, solving quadratic equations, completing the square, solving equations by completing the square
Go to Quadratic Equations I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Quadratic Equations I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Go to Quadratic Equations I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Quadratic Equations II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Normal

### GCSE »  Quadratic Equations II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious

### GCSE »  Quadratic Equations III

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging

### GCSE »  Ratio

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Expressing ratio as a fraction, reducing ratios, ratios in different units, writing ratio in 1 : n form, calculate value using proportion
Go to Ratio 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Ratio

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Expressing ratio as a fraction, simplifying ratios, calculating ratio, calculate value using proportion
Go to Ratio 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Scales

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Scales and ratios, scales calculation, calculate distance using a map scale, volume scales
Go to Scales 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Sequences I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Finding next terms of a sequence, calculating the next sequence terms from a sequence formula, identifying difference between terms
Go to Sequences I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Sequences I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Finding next terms of a sequence, identifying difference between terms, calculating the next sequence terms of a linear and quadratic sequence
Go to Sequences I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Sequences I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Finding next terms of a sequence, identifying difference between terms, calculating the next sequence terms of a quadratic sequence
Go to Sequences I 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Sequences II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Calculating next terms of a sequence, finding specific sequence term, finding the nth term of a linear sequence
Go to Sequences II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Sequences II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Calculating next terms of a sequence, finding specific sequence term, finding the nth term of a linear sequence and quadratic sequence
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### GCSE »  Sequences II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Calculating next terms of a sequence, finding specific sequence term, finding the nth term of a quadratic sequence
Go to Sequences II 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Simultaneous Equations

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Solving simultaneous equations - equations with two variables, eliminating variables, simplifying algebraic expressions

### GCSE »  Simultaneous Equations

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving simultaneous equations using different methods. Solving simultaneous equations with two variables

### GCSE »  Simultaneous Equations

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Solving simultaneous equations with two and three variables, quadratic equations, quadratic formula

### GCSE »  Statistics Foundation I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Basic statistics, mode, median, mean, range, frequency tables, graphs

### GCSE »  Statistics Foundation II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Mode, mean, medians, range, stem-and-leaf diagrams, frequency tables, grouping data.

### GCSE »  Time, Distance, Speed

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Calculating time length, converting time units, converting speed units, using time distance and speed formula
Go to Time, Distance, Speed 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Time, Distance, Speed

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Calculating time, distance and speed, converting time units, convertion of units, using time distance and speed formula
Go to Time, Distance, Speed 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Time, Distance, Speed

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Calculating time, distance and speed, converting time units, convertion of units, using time distance and speed formula
Go to Time, Distance, Speed 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Transformation Geometry I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Point and shape translations, shape reflection across x,y-axis and y=x line

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### GCSE »  Transformation Geometry I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Point and shape translations, shape reflection across x,y-axis and y=x line

### GCSE »  Transformation Geometry I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Translation of coordinates, x-axis transformation, y-axis transformation, y = x transformation

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### GCSE »  Transformation Geometry II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Shape reflection across y=-x line, enlarge shape by a scale factor and centered about the origin, rotating shape by 90, 180, 270 degrees

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### GCSE »  Transformation Geometry II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Shape reflection across y=-x line, enlarge shape by a scale factor and centered about the origin, rotating shape by 90, 180, 270 degrees

### GCSE »  Transformation Geometry II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Reflection across the line y = -x; rotation at 90, 180 and 270 degrees; enlargement

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### GCSE »  Triangles

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Angles in a triangle, isosceles and equilateral triangles, area of a triangle, pythagorean theorem, acute triangle
Go to Triangles 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Triangles

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Angles in a triangle, isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle, area of a triangle
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### GCSE »  Triangles

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Angles in a triangle, height of a triangle, isosceles and equilateral triangles, area of a triangle, pythagorean theorem, right angle triangle
Go to Triangles 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Trigonometry

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Normal
Trigonometric ratios, sine, cosine, tangent, trigonometric graphs
Go to Trigonometry 10 Questions

### GCSE »  Trigonometry

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Sine, cosine, tangent, sine and cosine of a right angle triangle, finding angle of a triangle using sine and cosine, sine and cosine rule
Go to Trigonometry 10 Questions

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### GCSE »  Trigonometry

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Challenging
Trigonometric ratios, trigonometric graphs, cosine rule, sine rule
Go to Trigonometry 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Algebra I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Simplifying algebraic equations, performing division, removing logarithms, applying logarithms.
Go to Algebra I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Arithmetic I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Basics of arithmetic, solving arithmetic equations, finding highest common factor, finding lowest common multiple, fractions, proportions, percentages
Go to Arithmetic I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Arithmetic II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Arithmetic, decimal form, fractional form, abbreviated form, indices, standard form, preferred standard form.
Go to Arithmetic II 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Arithmetic Series

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Arithmetic series; sum of arithmetic series; common difference.
Go to Arithmetic Series 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Binomial Series

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Calculating factorials, using combinational coefficient, simplifying factorial expressions, binomial expansion, finding n-th term in binomial expansion, series, exponential binomial expansion
Go to Binomial Series 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Differentiation

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Differentiation, finding gradient of a straight line. Finding differentials of trigonometrical functions, finding second derivative.
Go to Differentiation 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Factor Theorem

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Factor theorem, repeated factors, factors in cubic and quadratic function, function derivative
Go to Factor Theorem 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Functions I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Odd and even functions, periodic functions, composite functions, inverse function, domain and range of a function, one-to-one and many-to-one functions, trigonometric functions
Go to Functions I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Functions II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Period and amplitude of a function, inverse function, sketching functions
Go to Functions II 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Geometric Series

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Geometric series, common ratio, calculating sum of geometric series, convergent geometric series.
Go to Geometric Series 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Indices

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Indices, applying law of indices, index forms, solving equations.
Go to Indices 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Integration I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Finding integrals, solving integrals. Finding coefficient C.
Go to Integration I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Integration II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Integration, determining integrals, finding area bounded by a curve
Go to Integration II 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Linear Equations

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving linear equations with one, two and three unknowns.
Go to Linear Equations 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Logarithms I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Logarithms, solving simple logarithmic equations, antilogs
Go to Logarithms I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Logarithms II

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Logarithms, law of logarithms, simplifying logarithmic equations
Go to Logarithms II 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Matrices I

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Basics of matrix operations, square matrix, adding and subtracting of matrices, matrix multiplication, solving simultaneous equations using matrices
Go to Matrices I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Matrices II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Matrix operations, forming equations, determinant of a square matrix, singular matrix, transpose of a matrix, inverse matrix
Go to Matrices II 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Polynomial

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving quadratic equations using factor method, using quadratic formula, solving cubic equations, solving quartic equations.
Go to Polynomial 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Quadratic Function I

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving quadratic equations, determinant of a quadratic function, completing the square, sum of the roots, product of the roots.
Go to Quadratic Function I 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Quadratic Function II

Tier: Higher Difficulty: Ambitious
Minimum and maximum value of a quadratic function, solving quadratic simultaneous equations, sketching graphs
Go to Quadratic Function II 10 Questions

### A-Level »  Trigonometry

Tier: Foundation Difficulty: Ambitious
Converting angles to decimal format, converting angles to degrees, minutes and seconds, converting radians to degrees, simplifying trigonometrical identities.
Go to Trigonometry 10 Questions

### University »  Complex Numbers I

Tier: Difficulty: Ambitious
Solving complex number equations, number i, simplifying complex number expressions
Go to Complex Numbers I 10 Questions

### University »  Complex Numbers II

Tier: Difficulty: Ambitious
Finding polar form of a complex number, modulus of a complex number, argument of a complex number, finding exponential form of a complex number, Argand diagram.
Go to Complex Numbers II 10 Questions

### University »  Complex Numbers III

Tier: Difficulty: Ambitious
Go to Complex Numbers III 10 Questions

### University »  Complex Numbers IV

Tier: Difficulty: Ambitious
De Moivre's theorem, finding roots of a complex numbers, finding principal root of a complex number, finding locus of a complex number
Go to Complex Numbers IV 10 Questions