Factors, Multiples, Primes
Rounding Whole Numbers
Upper and Lower Bound
Order of Operations
Fractions and Decimals
Equivalent and Simplifying Fractions
Fraction of Amount
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Fractions and Decimals
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
Percentages, Fractions, Decimals
Percentage of Quantity
A Quantity as a Percentage of another
Percentage Increase and Decrease
Ratio and Proportion
Dividing a Quantity in a Ratio
Direct and Inverse Proportion
Indices, Standard Form
Fractional and Negative Indices
Algebra and Graphs
Many of your friends who are also studying for their maths have checked the following videos. Have a quick look yourself and find out whether you understand these IGCSE GCSE maths topics. Good luck!
How to calculate Reverse Percentages
The last type of Percentage question you need to be able to answer for your GCSE IGCSE maths exam are Reverse Percentages. We call this type of question Reverse Percentages for the amount in the question is the new amount after a particular decrease or increase and you need to find the original amount. It is, as always, to properly read the question and identify what exactly is being asked. So have a look at the following maths example questions during your maths revision and prepare yourself for your next maths exam!
FREE Maths worksheet about Percentages
Answer the questions on the following worksheet during your maths revision. You will find example maths questions about all the types of percentage questions which you can also expect on your IGCSE GCSE maths exam. If you want to pass your next maths exam, try to answer all the questions about percentages yourself first before looking at the answer key (the answer key you will find at the end of the document). Let me know on the forum of this website if you don't understand percentages. I will help you with your maths and make some more maths videos for you. You can also download the FREE worksheet below this embedded document. Good luck and have fun!
Congratulations!! You now understand all you need to know about percentages to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. I hope you have solved a lot of example questions yourself and that you are confident in identifying the correct type of percentage question. Do not stop your maths revision for today though! Have a look at my free resources about Ratio, direct and inverse proportion. I will see you there!!