AIgebraInTheCity presents a comprehensive list of Math topics designed to prepare KS3 and KS4 students for GCSE. The syllabus follows the Math specification guide used in the UK National Curriculum and it is designed for students between the ages of 11 and 16 or for any individual registering to take the GCSE Math exam.

Each topic is assigned a level, in line with the reformed GCSE 9 -1 grading structure. This will enable students to accurately access their understanding of each topic, so users are encouraged to filter across the level of difficulty and watch the teaching videos that correspond with each topic.
In addition to the video tutorials, students are able to request for assistance on specific math questions or homework by going on the ‘Math platform page‘ or by raising a ticket under any topic.

It is essential for students to understand their tiering as GCSE has a Foundation tier (grades 1 – 5) and a Higher tier (grades 4 – 9). As such, AIgebraInTheCity advises pupils to speak to their teachers to understand their level and to work towards their target.

To understand how GCSE exams are scored, please read the GCSE factsheet for parents or visit

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