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Mathematics (GCSE) - Foundation Tier

Winter 2014 | Question 5 (4352/01)

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Winter 2014 | Question 5 (4352/01)

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Questions  4(d), 5, 9 and 11 gave opportunities to Use and apply their mathematics

Question 5 and 9 were well answered, but questions 4d and 11 proved challenging. More work needs to be done in problem solving.

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  • Bills
  • Money
  • Number
  • QWC
  • Whole numbers

Mathematics (GCSE) - Higher Tier

Summer 2015 | Question 6b (4361/02)

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Summer 2015 | Question 6b (4361/02)

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Part (b)(i)and(ii)were well answered.

A few candidates are unable to construct formulae, yet other candidates were able to write the formula correctly without any lines of working.

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  • Algebra
  • Forming expressions
  • Formulae
  • Number
  • Whole numbers

Mathematics (GCSE) - Higher Tier

Autumn 2015 | Question 11 (4370/05)

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Autumn 2015 | Question 11 (4370/05)

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Many candidates made at least one error in working out the points in part (a). In part (b) many candidates plotted accurately, but a few joined their points with a straight line, or didn’t join the points at all. They should have drawn a curve.

Parts (c) & (d) were not as well answered. Only a few candidates had understanding of zero gradient and intersection with the x-axis.

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  • Algebra
  • Cubic graphs
  • Substitution

Mathematics (GCSE) - Higher Tier

Summer 2014 | Question 13 (4352/02)

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Summer 2014 | Question 13 (4352/02)

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Q13 Many candidates were able to calculate the coordinates accurately for some points. When plotting the correct points it was important to draw a curve through them, without the incorrect ‘flat top’.

 

Many candidates do not have knowledge that allows them to solve simple equations related to the graph. The interpretation required in part (b) was to look at y=0 and then y=2.

 

A number of candidates have little or no knowledge of calculating estimates of areas using the trapezium rule or of the principles of the trapezium rule

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  • Algebra
  • Quadratic graphs
  • Straight line graphs
  • Trapezium rule

Mathematics (GCSE) - Foundation Tier

Summer 2014 | Question 10 (4364/01)

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Q10 A common question with Higher.

Part (a) was answered well by several candidates; however, in part (b) many candidates did not interpret the question correctly and only found 12% of £766. They did not add their 12% value to £766.

The majority of candidates do not understand the concept of ratio and fraction equivalence.

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  • Number
  • Percentages
  • Ratio

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