## What GCSE maths papers are there?

There are 6 main GCSE maths topics: Number, Algebra, Ratio, proportion and rates of change, Geometry and measure, Probability, Statistics.

**How many papers are in GCSE Maths OCR?**

3

GCSE exam format

Exam board | Number of papers | Length of papers |
---|---|---|

Edexcel | 3 | 90 minutes |

AQA | 3 | 90 minutes |

OCR | 3 | 90 minutes |

### Is Edexcel harder than AQA?

The hardest is Pearson Edexcel, and the iGCSE branch of the qualification in particular. Within this, there are less papers to be sat than AQA, but the time given is shorter.

**How do I work out simple interest?**

Simple interest is calculated by multiplying the daily interest rate by the principal, by the number of days that elapse between payments. Simple interest benefits consumers who pay their loans on time or early each month. Auto loans and short-term personal loans are usually simple interest loans.

## How do you do circle theorems?

Circle theorems: where do they come from?

- The angle at the centre is twice the angle at the circumference.
- The angle in a semicircle is a right angle.
- Angles in the same segment are equal.
- Opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral sum to 180°

**Which GCSE Maths past papers are included in this section?**

This section includes recent GCSE Maths past papers from AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas, OCR, WJEC, CCEA and the CIE IGCSE. This section also includes SQA National 5 maths past papers.

### How many question types are there in the maths exam?

Our platform contains 5 question types: simple, multiple choice, multiple answers, fraction and image based questions. More question types are coming soon. Premium users have access to Video Solutions for every single exam question. Our expert Maths tutors explain all parts of the question and answer in detail.

**How do you expand triple brackets with multiplication?**

When expanding triple brackets, we just multiply the first two brackets together, then multiply the result with the final bracket . \\bf {6} 6 separate multiplications, shown below.