## Exam Countdown - Ready-made Revision Plan for Full Members!

**Need a revision plan for maths?**

Our Full Members can follow our **exam countdown plans** (one for each exam level!), which run until completion of the 2024 exams.

These **structured plans are based on our famous video lessons**, using carefully selected **examples from past LC and JC exam papers**.

This will help you to to cover the course efficiently, in bite-sized chunks, and be confident going into your exams!

Here’s a 90 second overview of how it works, or you can **click here to access the plan for your level: LCH, LCO, TY, JCH, JCO.**

## Not a Full Member Yet?

**We’re giving you a free taster lesson every week from now until the exams!** These are examples of the full suite of resources that are available to our Full Members.

We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Taster Lesson and Exam Technique Webinars.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Probability of independent events, probability using Venn diagrams

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Sine rule, cosine rule calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 10

Circumference and radius calculations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 7

Reading co-ordinates, area, perimeter, axes of symmetry, slope.

**Exam Technique Webinars – Maximise your maths grade!**

**Exam Technique 1 – Exam Paper Structure**

**Exam technique 2 – Exam Checklist and “On The Day”**

**Exam Technique 3 – Getting Started and Time Management**

**Exam Technique 4 – Putting it Down on Paper, and Avoiding Errors**

**Exam Technique 5a – Final Advice for Leaving Cert Students**

**Exam Technique 5b – Final Advice for Junior Cycle Students**

As always our **Full Members** can avail of our **Support Forum** at any time from now until the exams.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 13 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 29th Jan 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Similar triangles. Area of a quadrilateral

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Logo” – enlargements

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Swing” – coordinate geometry, trigonometry

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Timetable calculations. Average speed

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 2 -Taster Lesson – available until Sun 25th February 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Standard normal curve, mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, empirical rule

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Calculating slopes. Equation of a line. Area of a triangle

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Data types, mode, analysing tabular data, constructing a pie chart, interpreting a line chart

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Interpreting bar charts, plotting on a bar chart. Probability calculations, ratio

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 3 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 3rd Mar 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8b

“The Heptathlon” – using formulae, indices, logs

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Tsunami” – using a formula, rearranging a formula

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 1 – Question 12

Factorising. Substitution. Long division of a cubic equation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 15

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 4 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 11th Feb 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 4

Proof by induction. Simplifying a complex number raised to a power, DeMoivre’s theorem

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2017 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“Cones Sculpture” – cone slane height, surface area, sector, arc length. Cost calculations, exchange rates

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 4

Income tax calculations. Debt and interest. Depreciation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 2

Profit, ratio, exchange rates

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 5 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 13th November 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Sierpinski Triangle” – Exploring geometric sequences. Limits as n approaches infinity

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8

“Fencing a Garden” – linear, quadratic functions, derivative, maximum value

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2013 – Paper 1 – Question 14

Identifying types of sequences

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 6

Exploring a quadratic sequence

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 6 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 24th March.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 4

Trigonometric equations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2015 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Permutations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Counting outcomes and probability

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Probability calculations, probability scale. Payment calculations

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 7 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 31st March 2024.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Similar triangles. Area of a quadrilateral

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Logo” – enlargements

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Swing” – coordinate geometry, trigonometry

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Timetable calculations. Average speed

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## Week 8 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 7th April 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Probability of independent events, probability using Venn diagrams

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Sine rule, cosine rule calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 10

Circumference and radius calculations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 7

Reading co-ordinates, area, perimeter, axes of symmetry, slope

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 9 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 14th April 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

Identifying geometrical transformations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

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## Week 10 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 21st April 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 2 – Question

Coordinate geometry of a centroid, orthocentre

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

**Junior Cycle (Higher**

**)**

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 9

Angles in an equilateral triangle and square. Theorem of Pythagoras. Construction of a composite shape

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 11 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 28th April 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

“The Cliffs of Moher” – angle of depression. Theorem of Pythagoras. Alternate angles. Solving a triangle

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

Angles in a parallelogram. Area of parallelograms and triangles

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 12

“The “Horcrux” symbol” – axial symmetry, trigonometric ratio. Construction 2: Perpendicular bisector of a segment. Construction 1: Bisector of an angle

**Junior**** Cycle (Ordinary****)**

Coordinates of points. Calculating midpoint, length of a line segment, area of a triangle. Central symmetry.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 12 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 5th May 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Zip Line” – cosine rule

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

“The Ball Bearings” – volume of spheres, recasting spheres

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2016 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Conversion of units. Volume of a cuboid

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 13 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 12th May 2024.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2017 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Roots of a cubic function. Local max and min. Real roots

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 7

“Theatre Seating” – arithmetic sequences and series. Sales calculations

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

JCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 8

Solving a quadratic equation. Identifying a quadratic function from its graph

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

JCO 2019 – Paper 1 – Question 11

Pay calculations, interpretation of a linear graph, deriving the equation from the graph, graphing a linear function

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 5 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 13th November 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Sierpinski Triangle” – Exploring geometric sequences. Limits as n approaches infinity

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8

“Fencing a Garden” – linear, quadratic functions, derivative, maximum value

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2013 – Paper 1 – Question 14

Identifying types of sequences

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 6

Exploring a quadratic sequence

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 20/Week 5 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 20th March 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Radar Station and the Ships” – solving triangles using trigonometry, cosine rule. Arcs and sectors

**Junior Cycle (Higher)
**2013 – Paper 2 – Question 15

Cylinders, curved surface area and volume, ratios

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Measurement, scale calculations, volume of a cylinder

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 24/Week 9 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 16th April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8b

“The Heptathlon” – using formulae, indices, logs

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Tsunami” – using a formula, rearranging a formula

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 1 – Question 12

Factorising. Substitution. Long division of a cubic equation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 15

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 5 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 13th November 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Sierpinski Triangle” – Exploring geometric sequences. Limits as n approaches infinity

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8

“Fencing a Garden” – linear, quadratic functions, derivative, maximum value

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2013 – Paper 1 – Question 14

Identifying types of sequences

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 6

Exploring a quadratic sequence

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 6 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 20 November 2022.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2017 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Roots of a cubic function. Local max and min. Real roots

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 7

“Theatre Seating” – arithmetic sequences and series. Sales calculations

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

JCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 8

Solving a quadratic equation. Identifying a quadratic function from its graph

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

JCO 2019 – Paper 1 – Question 11

Pay calculations, interpretation of a linear graph, deriving the equation from the graph, graphing a linear function

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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**Week 19 – Completion Date = Sun 23 May 2021**

**Catch-up Week / Revise weaker areas above / Practice Papers 1 & 2
**

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 14 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 19th May 2024

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**LCH 2014 – Sample Paper 1 – Question 1

Polar form. DeMoivre’s Theorem. Geometric properties of multiplication by scalar, by i, and addition.

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 6

Simplifying and solving quadratic equations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)
**2015 – Paper 1 – Question 7

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising. Adding algebraic fractions

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)
**2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 14 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 5th February 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Similar triangles. Area of a quadrilateral

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Logo” – enlargements

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Swing” – coordinate geometry, trigonometry

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Timetable calculations. Average speed

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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**Week 19 – Completion Date = Sun 23 May 2021**

**Catch-up Week / Revise weaker areas above / Practice Papers 1 & 2
**

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

**We’re giving you a free taster lesson every week from now until the exams!** These are examples of the full suite of resources that are available to our Full Members.

We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 19 / Week 4 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 12th Mar 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Standard normal curve, mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, empirical rule

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Calculating slopes. Equation of a line. Area of a triangle

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Data types, mode, analysing tabular data, constructing a pie chart, interpreting a line chart

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Interpreting bar charts, plotting on a bar chart. Probability calculations, ratio

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 7 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 27th Nov 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2019 – Paper 1 – Question 4

Integrating a cubic function. Exploring the graph, roots and derivative of a cubic function.

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2017 – Paper 1 – Question 1

Depreciation and compound interest.

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

JCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 14

“The Harbours” – graphing a quadratic function, interpreting the graph. Deriving a function from a graph.

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

JCO 2018 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Two-way table, outcomes.

Check back next week for your next taster lesson! Or click **here **to find out more about how we can help you!7

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 8 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 4th December 2022.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 4

Trigonometric Equations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Permutations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Counting outcomes and probability.

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Probability calculations, probability scale. Payment calculations.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

**We’re giving you a free taster lesson every week from now until the exams!** These are examples of the full suite of resources that are available to our Full Members.

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## Week 15 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 12th February 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Probability of independent events, probability using Venn diagrams

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Sine rule, cosine rule calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 10

Circumference and radius calculations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 7

Reading co-ordinates, area, perimeter, axes of symmetry, slope

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 12 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 22nd January 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

“The Cliffs of Moher” – angle of depression. Theorem of Pythagoras. Alternate angles. Solving a triangle

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2015 – Paper 2 – Question 4

Angles in a parallelogram. Area of parallelograms and triangles

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 12

“The “Horcrux” symbol” – axial symmetry, trigonometric ratio. Construction 2: Perpendicular bisector of a segment. Construction 1: Bisector of an angle

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)
**2016 – Paper 2 – Question 9

Coordinates of points. Calculating midpoint, length of a line segment, area of a triangle. Central symmetry.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 16 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 19th Feb 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Radar Station and the Ships” – solving triangles using trigonometry, cosine rule. Arcs and sectors

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2013 – Paper 2 – Question 15

Cylinders, curved surface area and volume, ratios

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Measurement, scale calculations, volume of a cylinder

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 18 / Week 3 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 4th March 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Zip Line” – cosine rule

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

“The Ball Bearings” – volume of spheres, recasting spheres

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2016 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Conversion of units. Volume of a cuboid

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 25 / Week 10 -Taster Lesson – available until Sun 23rd April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Standard normal curve, mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, empirical rule

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Calculating slopes. Equation of a line. Area of a triangle

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Data types, mode, analysing tabular data, constructing a pie chart, interpreting a line chart

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Interpreting bar charts, plotting on a bar chart. Probability calculations, ratio

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 26/ Week 11 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 30th April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

Coordinate geometry of a centroid, orthocentre

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

“Water Usage” – pie chart, cost and VAT calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher**

**)**

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 9

Angles in an equilateral triangle and square. Theorem of Pythagoras. Construction of a composite shape

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 29/Week 14 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 21st May 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**LCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8b

“The Heptathlon” – using formulae, indices, logs

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Tsunami” – using a formula, rearranging a formula

**Junior Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 1 – Question 12

Factorising. Substitution. Long division of a cubic equation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)
**2018 – Paper 1 – Question 15

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## OLD WAY Week 5 – Full (Paid) Members

**If you’re a Full Member, you can log on to the system to access the revision plans for your exam level:**

As one of our Full Members you have full access to the full plans at all times, and all resources and support on our system.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 18 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 16th May 2021

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Zip Line” – cosine rule

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

“The Ball Bearings” – volume of spheres, recasting spheres

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2016 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Conversion of units. Volume of a cuboid

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

**We’re giving you a free taster lesson every week from now until the exams!** These are examples of the full suite of resources that are available to our Full Members.

We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

**Week 19 – Completion Date = Sun 23 May 2021**

**Catch-up Week / Revise weaker areas above / Practice Papers 1 & 2
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