Our platform has been built for students like you in Secondary Schools, year 7 to year 11, studying towards your GCSEs.
The GCSE: Step-by-Step revision and learning programme help students in Secondary Schools in year seven upwards learn and prepare for their GCSE 9-1 exams.
One of the biggest changes that are coming to the various maths exams is that there will be a lot more contextual questions on the papers than in the past.
We all know that exam-time is stressful. There’s all that information to retain and some of us are just no good at that, right?
There has been an absolute boatload of changes to the mathematics curriculum over the last few years. Ignore what your parents tell you, exams are not getting easier.
As a student sitting your GCSEs, you may be wondering why there are different exam boards across your subjects.
A reaction may happen when two or more chemicals are mixed. Sometimes you have to add heat (energy) before the reaction will occur.
If I put a small piece of sodium metal in some water, a reaction occurs. The sodium fizzes and races around and there is an orange flame.