At Harrogate Tutors we offer GCSE Maths resources alongside our expert GCSE Maths tuition in Harrogate. We review the different areas of the new 9-1 GCSE Maths course and highlight practice questions that students should be using and what errors to try and avoid. In this edition we are looking at density mass and volume which is a relatively small topic within the GCSE Maths curriculum but still a significant one due to the skills it requires.
Density, mass and volume questions often come up on the new GCSE Maths specimen papers and usually test a student’s ability to rearrange formulas, substitute in values and identify the correct use of units. These three skill types are so essential throughout the GCSE Maths curriculum we believe that this topic is one that students must be able to do well as the skills are so important. The rearrangement of equations with three variables is one of the fundamental areas of GCSE Maths as it is a skill required in density questions, speed questions, pressure, force and area as well as Trigonometry and Pythagoras questions and many other topics within the GCSE Maths specifications but also many of these areas are covered in the GCSE Physics course making them doubly important.
We recommend that students practice as many questions as possible and use Maths Made Easy to access the best density, mass and volume resources available anywhere. If your child is still struggling with this topic or any other GCSE Maths topic then you can always contact Harrogate Tutors for an expert GCSE Maths tutor in Harrogate.