Welcome to the Skipton Tutors GCSE Maths blog. Over the past few months we have explored a number of topics as part of our program to work through each of the GCSE Maths topics that form the new syllabus that so many students find difficult. This week’s topic is cumulative frequency curves, a question type that can often be worth a lot of marks, in the old papers up to 6 marks for plotting cumulative frequency curves and then answering subsequent questions on them.
In the new GCSE Maths 9-1 exams there is still the potential for a cumulative frequency question to appear and be worth a considerable amount of marks. It could appear on any one of the three papers including the non-calculator paper as usually any calculations that need to be done don’t require a calculator. You may be asked to draw a cumulative frequency curve or calculate the interquartile range; for all these types of questions, practice makes perfect. That is why Skipton Tutors recommend the Maths Made Easy Cumulative Frequency Curve revision resource as this has every question type required to cover the entire GCSE Maths 9-1 syllabus.
For some students expert GCSE Maths resources may not be enough and this is where we come in. Skipton Tutors is always here to provide the additional support required. You can book on of our expert GCSE Maths tutors in Skipton, Ilkley, Silsden, Keighley and surrounding areas. Contact us today to book an expert GCSE Maths tutor for your child.