Live tutor led group lessons 1 hour per week (12 in total)
Self-study time 4 – 6 hours per week
Pass mark 85%
Weekly sessions on Sundays 12:30pm to 1.30pm (UK time)
Zaynab S
Pupils will be assigned homework to complete.
The Mastery-Based Percentages course helps pupils develop the confidence and the skill to calculate percentages mentally as well as using a calculator. Learn key facts and develop problem-solving strategies. Understand that a percentage is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100. The pupils get to explore ‘one whole’ divided into 100 equal parts and use the sign %.
Pupils explore the use of percentages in business accounts and finance. Calculate sales discounts, interest rates, profits and of course, tax. Mentally calculate the percentage of an amount from a test or any other given quantities. They also explore its usefulness in probability, nutritional facts, areas, etc.
Pupils experience converting percentages to fractions and decimals and fractions and decimals to percentages.
This course is ideal for students who want to deepen their understanding of the concept of percentages.
This course is especially suitable for pupils studying towards achieving grades 3, 4 and 5 in Maths GCSE.
Recognise the use of percentages in the real world.
Change percentages to fractions and fractions to percentages.
Change percentages to decimals and decimals to percentages.
Mentally calculate percentage of an amount.
End of course quiz.
Course Content
Diagnostic test for percentages course
Diagnostic Test for Percentages Course
Topic 1. Introduction to Percentages
Summary
1. Part of a one hundred
00:00
Test 1. Understanding Percentages
Topic 2. Equivalent: Percentages, Fractions and Decimals
Explore and recognise the equivalent percentage, fraction and decimal.
Learn to convert percentage to fraction and decimal.
2.1. Recognise common equivalent percentages, fractions and decimals
00:00
2.2. Change percentages to fractions and decimals
00:00
Test 2. Convert percentages to decimals and fractions
Topic 3. Find Percentage of an Amount
The pupil shall use percentage calculations to express the grades from a test.
The pupil will explore how percentage is used in probability, nutritional facts, areas, etc.
3.1. Find 50% and 25% of an amount.
00:00
3.2. Find 25% and 75% of an amount.
00:00
3.3. Find 10%, 5% and 15% of an amount.
00:00
3.4. Find 50% of an odd number
00:00
3.5. Calculating percentages without a calculator
00:00
3.6. Calculating percentages using a calculator
00:00
Test 3. Calculating the percentage of a quantity.
Topic 4. Express One Quantity as a Percentage of Another
4.1. Expressing one quantity as a percentage of another
00:00
4.2. Express one quantity as a percentage of another
00:00
4.3. Express one quantity as a percentage of another