
Section N1: Number basics and indices
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Section N2: Fractions, decimals and percentages
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Section N3: Ratio and proportion
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Section N1: Introduction, printable handouts and other resources
Introduction to this section
Printable handouts
This PDF provides printable versions of some of the questions you’ll be set in the videos in this section. It’s not essential that you print it out, but it will make your life a bit easier if you can!
Here are some good places to look for additional practice:
Corbettmaths: videos, practice questions and examstyle questions covering all of GCSE Maths, with solutions provided too
For exam questions to practise particular topics (with solutions provided), good sites are Maths4everyone, Savemyexams and the JustMaths exam question collections (solutions here may contain the occasional error).
This blog post for links to other helpful resources, including some games to help you with times tables and other basic skills. If you know basics like number bonds up to 20 (e.g. What’s 4 + 11? What do you have to add to 7 to get 19?) and your times tables, then it makes everything else so much easier!