Y11 Mathematics

Below you will find information on what you have covered during your course and how you will be assessed.

In my mock examination I will be asked to show I can...

Answer questions on the following topics on each examination paper...

Foundation Paper 1

Topic Hegarty Clip
Using gradient to find points 204
Convert fractions to percentages 73, 76
Sharing in a given ratio 332
Solving linear inequalities 269
Similar shapes 608
Addition and subtraction with decimals 47
Fraction of a number, ratio 77, 328, 329
Coordinates, solving one-step equations 199, 178
Find percentages of amounts (non-calc) 84
Convert fractions to decimals 73
Reflect a shape through a vertical line 639
Calculating relative frequency 356, 357
Order of operations (indices and roots) 120
Simplifying expressions involving multiplication 158
Median for a simple data set 409
Rotate a shape around the origin 648
Mean for a simple data set 405
Convert simple decimals to fractions 52
Plans and elevations 841
Area of 2D shapes, one number as a fraction of another 554, 62
Factorising an expression, substitution 168, 782
Range from a set of data, add and subtract fractions 410, 66
Express one number as a fraction of another 62
Division problem solving 23
Relative frequency and testing for bias 357
Algebraic inverse proportion 346
Perimeter problem solving with algebra 552
inverse proportion 342
Calculating profit 759
Writing scales as ratios 866
Comparing numbers in standard form 124
Time, addition and subtraction word problem 20
Square numbers 99
Probability of more than one event 359
Multiply whole number by fractions 67
Subtracting negative numbers 40
Division with decimal answers 49

 

Foundation Paper 2

Topic Hegarty Clip
Interior angles in polygons 562
Error intervals 774, 776
Compare quantities using ratios, simplify ratios 328, 329
Using a calculator 129
Parts of a circle 592
Pictograms 426
Substitution, collecting like terms 781, 156
Metric and imperial conversions 705, 706
Rotational symmetry 828
Change subject of a formula, substitution 281, 780
Estimate complex calculations 131
Collecting like terms 156
Scale drawings 865
Experimental probability 356
Manipulating powers 790
Division word problem 23
Percentage change 97
Addition and subtraction problem solving 20
Drawing straight line graphs 206, 208
Solving equations with straight lines 217
Expand a single bracket 160
Order of operations (indices and roots) 120
Factors of a number 27
Circumference of a circle 534
Independent events and probability trees 361
Bearings 492
Writing algebraic expressions 151, 152
Angles in a triangle, angles on a straight line 477, 486
Types of sequences 197, 261, 263, 264
Convert fractions to decimals, compare decimals 74, 46
Mode from frequency tables 415
Substitution into a formula 155
Volume of a sphere, rate of change 580
Scatter diagrams (line of best fit) 454
Converting time 709
Scatter diagrams (correlation) 453
Multiplication word problem 23

 

Higher Paper 1

Topic Hegarty Clip
Percentage increase, compare quantities using ratio 88, 328
Estimating calculations 131
Solving quadratic equations by completing the square 238, 239
Sequences from pictures, comparing with ratio 196, 328, 329
Range from a set of data, add and subtract fractions 410, 66
Change subject of a formula, fractions, ratio 280, 68, 328, 329
Order of operations, laws of indices 106, 107, 120
Negative vectors 624
Enlarge a shape by a negative scale factor 646
Dividing with surds, simplifying surds 113, 115
Using exact values of sine, cosine and tangent 306
Cosine graphs, graph transformations 304, 311
Solving quadratic equations by factorising 230
Perimeter problem solving with algebra 552
Using gradient to find points 204
Laws of indices (fractional powers) 109
Order of operations, simplfying expressions 24, 157, 158
Sine rule 521
Comparing numbers in standard form 124
Cumulative frequency diagram calculations 438
Graph transformations - translation 308
Algebraic inverse proportion 346
Cumulative frequency diagram calculations 438
Fraction problem solving 78, 62
Calculating relative frequency 356, 357
Graph transformations - reflection in the x-axis 311
Relative frequency and testing for bias 357
Surface area of a complex shape 544, 546, 586
Ratio problem solving 328, 329
Multiplication with surds 113
Expectation 355
Shading sets in Venn diagrams 374, 375
Converting volume units 702
Solving linear inequalities 269
Cosine graphs 304
Interpreting box plots 436
Express one number as a fraction of another 62
Sequences with algebra, simultaneous equations 197, 191

 

Higher Paper 2

Topic Hegarty Clip
Volume of a cylinder 573
Standard form 124
Inverse functions, complex problems with functions 295, 297
Simultaneous equations involving quadratics 246
Compare quantities using ratios, simplify ratios 328, 329
Interpreting real-life graphs 894
Angles in a triangle, trigonometry 486, 510
Comparing averages and range 413, 415
Compare quantities using ratios, simplify ratios 328, 329
Venn diagrams for probability 383
Parts of a circle 592
Percentage change 97
Volume of a sphere, rate of change 580
Gradient of a line segment 201, 204
Volume and surface area of similar shapes 620
Average rate of change 888
Speed (calculating time) 721
Exponential problems 799
Experimental probability 356
Instantaneous rate of change 890
Cosine rule, calculating time 527, 721
Substitution into complex formulae 278, 279
Volume, converting volume units, bounds 568, 704, 138
Error intervals 776
One number as a percentage of another 62, 76
Density 728
Types of sequences 197, 261, 263, 264
Convert recurring decimals to fractions 54
Equation of a circle 778
Error intervals 774
Independent events and probability trees 361
Function notation 289
Loci 675, 679
Simplify algebraic fractions involving quadratics 229

How will I be assessed?

Title or Topic Format Length Date
Paper 1 –  Non-Calculator Written Paper 90 minutes Tue 23 Nov 9am
Paper 2 – Calculator Written Paper 90 minutes Thu 25 Nov 9am

 

What should I do to revise and prepare for this assessment?

To revise and prepare for this assessment:

  1. Work through the list of hegarty clips for each paper. Type in the clip number into the search bar in Hegarty Maths, watch the lesson video, then attempt the quiz questions.
  2. Use your Knowledge Booklet to review the topics listed above.

What useful websites/resources could I use to help me prepare?

www.hegartymaths.com