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The Story of Maths Target

Maths Target was developed by a mathematics student during university who strongly believes anyone can exceed their Maths Target with the correct learning method. The team took their passion for teaching mathematics at the KS2, KS3, GCSE, A-Level and university level successfully for over 5 years, to design a modern learning platform suitable for various exam boards at the GCSE maths level. The lessons follow a unique and effective lesson structure to help improve the learning experience for young individuals:

Learning Objectives

The Learning Objectives give a brief overview of the key topics that will be covered in the chosen maths lesson.  

Section 1 – Educational Video Tutorial(s)

1 to 3 Educational Video Tutorials for each math lesson that will provide a rewarding and engaging learning experience. 

Section 2 – Multiple Choice Practice Questions

Multiple Choice Practice Questions with answers help to build the confidence of students and consolidate the knowledge they have gained from Section 1. 

Section 3 – Exam Style Questions

Exam Style Questions with answers to further prepare students for the types of questions they may encounter in their GCSE maths exams.

NEW – Section 4 – Challenging Questions

New GCSE exam style questions that focus on the topic for the lesson, but combine topics covered in previous GCSE math lessons across the Maths Target curriculum. This helps students to better remember the concept(s) and method(s) covered in earlier Maths Target lessons. As a result, preparing students for their GCSE Math exams more efficiently and in shorter amount of time. 

What is unique about Maths Target?

Maths Target lessons connect the knowledge young individuals are gaining to real world examples, which helps them to see the importance of studying mathematics in the future. For example, the Fibonacci sequence was named after the Italian Mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci. To work out the next term in the sequence you would simply add the two previous terms together. Where this sequence can be observed in nature all around us, such as the number of petals on flowers, branch formation of trees and even the human body! As a result, Maths Target lessons make education insightful and capture the interest of young individuals.

Maths Target Fibonacci Tree

Explore what we offer

Have a look at the free lesson 9 on Factorising, and flip through 2 of our very interactive exam papers to better understand the useful resources that assist young individuals in exceeding their GCSE Maths Target. 

GCSE Maths Target Glossary

Maths Target have also created a useful Glossary page to help you explore in more detail the subjects that are covered in each of the GCSE maths lessons. This is a great place to find topics that you would like to learn in more detail about and quickly navigate to the correct lesson. 


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