GCSE and IGCSE Mathematics
Boards
Edexcel, AQA, OCR, CIE, WJEC
The GCSE and IGCSE Mathematics syllabus and specification has parts which are common to all the boards:

Number

Algebra

Ratio and proportion

Geometry

Probability

Statistic
Students can enrol for one, two or three one day courses which focus on the following key components:
Number and Algebra (one day)

Numbers and the number system: Integers, Fractions, Decimals, order of operations, factors and multiples, powers and reciprocals, percentages, surds, standard form, units, estimation and limits of accuracy, indices.

Algebra: algebraic manipulation, linear and quadratic equations, functions, graphs, simultaneous equations, inequalities, linear and quadratic sequences, algebraic fractions, proof, exponential functions, graph transformations, circle equations, iteration, area under a curve.
Ratio, Proportion and Geometry (one day)

Ratio and proportion: compound units, direct and inverse proportion, growth and decay, scale factors, similar areas and volumes, percentage increase and decrease, rates of change.

Geometry: coordinates construction, similarity and congruence, angles in polygons, angles in parallel lines, circles, bearings, Pythagoras Theorem, trigonometry, sine and cosine rules, transformations, circle theorems, areas and volumes, vectors.
Probability and Statistics (one day)

Probability: listing outcomes, frequency trees and tree diagrams, relative frequency, Venn diagrams, independent and conditional probability, histograms.

Statistics: sampling, distributions, working with grouped data, types of charts, comparing data sets, scatter graphs, averages and speed.