GCSE 9-1 Maths Mind Maps

Mind maps are a great way to visualise the topic you are trying to study and focus on the specific details. For your GCSE Maths exams this deep understanding is very important, and it’s why many teachers and students recommend using mind maps.

Creating the mind maps yourself is time consuming though, and that time could be better spent actually revising.

Luckily for you, we have created 46 mind map diagrams to cover the major revision topics that will be on your GCSE Maths exams. These can be used whether you are studying the AQA, Edexcel, or OCR examination board.

Why do mind maps work so well as a study tool? They engage you in whole brain thinking and allow you to see the big picture (how all the different ideas are to connected to one another). They will help you to clarify your thoughts, simplify complex ideas, memorise information and prevent you from getting bored during revision.

TitleDownload
Mindmap 01 Numbers Download
Mindmap 02 Place value Download
Mindmap 03 Types of number Download
Mindmap 04 Rounding, Estimation _ Bounding Download
Mindmap 05 Negative number Download
Mindmap 06 Fractions Download
Mindmap 07 Decimals Download
Mindmap 08 Percentage Download
Mindmap 09 Long multiplication _ division Download
Mindmap 10 Ratio _ proportion Download
Mindmap 11 Power _ Standard index form Download
Mindmap 12 Surds Download
Mindmap 13 Algebra Download
Mindmap 14 Basic algebra Download
Mindmap 15 Algebraic equations Download
Mindmap 16 Equations from written information Download
Mindmap 18 Formula Download
Mindmap 19 FormulaSequences Download
Mindmap 20 Graph Download
Mindmap 21 Simultaneous equations Download
Mindmap 22 Quadratic equations Download
Mindmap 23 Inequalities Download
Mindmap 24 Equations _ Graphs Download
Mindmap 25 Functions _ Graphs Download
Mindmap 27 Angle properties Download
Mindmap 28 2D _ 3D Shapes Download
Mindmap 29 Measures Download
Mindmap 30 Perimeter, area _ volume Download
Mindmap 31 Symmetry Download
Mindmap 32 Transformations Download
Mindmap 33 Loci Download
Mindmap 34 Trigonometry Download
Mindmap 35 Vectors Download
Mindmap 36 Circle theorem Download
Mindmap 37 Statistics Download
Mindmap 38 Tallying, collecting _ grouping data Download
Mindmap 40 Line graphs _ Pictograms Download
Mindmap 41 Pie chart and Frequency polygon Download
Mindmap 42 Scatter diagrams Download
Mindmap 43 Bar chart and Histogram Download
Mindmap 44 Cumulative frequency diagrams Download
Mindmap 45 Sampling _ Questionnaire Download
Mindmap 46 Probability Download

AQA, Edexcel & OCR GCSE Maths Mindmaps

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