At Harrogate Tutors we comprehensively cover each part of the GCSE maths syllabus in our dedicated series of blogs. This week we are looking at factoring quadratic questions and the different contexts that these appear in. Since the new GCSE Maths course was introduced in 2015 we have seen an ever increasing number of contexts and applied question types appear for all areas of the GCSE Maths curriculum. Factoring quadratics has always been a part of the GCSE Maths course but in the last few years we have seen more varied question types appearing including rearrangement of inequalities, factorising with a coefficient in front of the x, algebraic fractions and situational questions which have required students to actually produce the quadratic equation from the information given within the question.
At Harrogate Tutors we understand the importance of having the basics nailed before moving on to more complex questions types which is why our GCSE Maths tutors always ensure our pupils fully understand a topic before moving on. Whether your child is struggling with factorising quadratics or any aspect of the GCSE Maths 9-1 syllabus, regardless of their ability or exam board our GCSE Maths tutors in Harrogate can help. If you are looking for a GCSE Maths tutor in Harrogate get in touch with us today.