**There are three assessment standards in this unit:**

**1.1 - Multiplying out brackets, Factorising, Collecting Like Terms, Substitution, Patterns & Creating Formulae, Gradient of a line**

**1.2 - Circumference and Area of circles, surface area, rotational symmetry, volume of a prism**

**1.3 - Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Probability, Pie Charts, Frequency Tables**

**There are four assessment standards in this unit:**

1.1 Linear Relationships (straight lines), Solving Equations, Changing the subject of a formula

1.2 Pythagoras' Theorem, Scale Factor, Angles in Parallel Lines/Circles/2D shape

1.3 Trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA)

1.4 Scattergraphs

1.1 Linear Relationships (straight lines), Solving Equations, Changing the subject of a formula

1.2 Pythagoras' Theorem, Scale Factor, Angles in Parallel Lines/Circles/2D shape

1.3 Trigonometry (SOHCAHTOA)

1.4 Scattergraphs

In this unit it is even more important to show your units when giving any answers or showing any working. These are the assessment standards for this unit:

Outcome 1: Distance/Speed/Time, Money Calculations, Percentages, Negative Numbers, Ratio and Proportion, Reading Scales, Measuring angles and sides,

Outcome 2: Probability, Reading Graphs, Interpreting Data, Making decisions,

Outcome 1: Distance/Speed/Time, Money Calculations, Percentages, Negative Numbers, Ratio and Proportion, Reading Scales, Measuring angles and sides,

Outcome 2: Probability, Reading Graphs, Interpreting Data, Making decisions,

The Added Value assessment is an end of course test which consists of two papers, one non-calculator and one calculator. These are timed assessments carried out under strict exam conditions. The papers have questions from all three of the units covered in N4 and also have several problem solving (hashtag) questions.

Below is a collection of links to give a broad range of revision materials including HW and revision worksheets. These are particularly handy if you have certain topics that you need extra practise on.