Solving Complete Past Maths Exam Papers Extended: Paper 4
Although you should not limit yourself by only practising past papers as preparation for your own exam, it is a very good way to discover for yourself what your strengths and weaknesses are. When you have finished and checked a past paper during your maths revision, you should revise those topics which troubled you during the exam. In order for you to check your answers and find out whether you are right or wrong, I have created some videos in which I solve entire past maths exams. I hope this will prove to be a useful activity for you and that it will help you to understand maths better, enjoy maths more and eventually help you to pass your maths exam. Let me know on the forum if you need more help with your maths or check all my other free maths videos explaining all the IGCSE GCSE maths topics which you can find on this website. Have fun and good luck!
Paper 41 May/June 2016Click on the video below and learn how to pass a maths exam. I will solve the entire paper 41 of May/June 2016 for you and give you many things to consider and look out for during your own exam. I will give you tips and tricks so you can pass your maths exam too! At the same time I will explain many maths topics while solving the exam like what histograms are, how to work with cumulative frequency, how to find composite and inverse functions, how to work with matrices, what ratio and percentages are and how to calculate simple and compound interest. This is only a selection of the topics I explain because there is much more maths to learn while watching. Enjoy!
Paper 42 May/June 2015Together we will solve all the questions of this paper 4. Before you start you should have a quick look at all the questions on the maths exam so you have a rough idea what to expect. We will solve questions about percentages and ratio, circle theorems, trigonometry including the cosine rule and bearings, probability, vectors, transformations and matrices, rational functions and much more. I will also explain to you what a tangent is and how to estimate the gradient of a curve, how to calculate an estimate of the mean when given a grouped frequency table and how to construct a histogram with frequency density. In other words, sit down together with me and lets solve this IGCSE maths paper together which will help you to pass your own maths exam! Good luck and have fun!
Paper 42 May/June 2013Have a look at this video during your maths revision in which we will solve paper 42 from 2013 together. I will explain most maths topics and provide you with some tips and tricks so you too can pass your maths exam with a good grade. Some of the topics I will explain to you are percentages including what reverse percentages are, trigonometry, including cosine and sine rule, circle theorems and probability. But you will also understand how to approach an investigation question, transformations and how to find the gradient of a curve. I hope the video is useful and will help you during your preparations. Good luck and have fun! Mr John

