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PiXL Maths App

  • Android, iPad, iPhone
  • Free
  • age 12+

About PiXL Maths App

The PiXl Maths app is designed around the concept of PLC's, students identify and work on their own personal areas for development.

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Android, iPad, iPhone





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In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - No


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The PiXL Maths App (PMA) is a skills based assessment program. The app successfully highlights your strengths and your areas to develop. This is a very useful and accurate tool to use prior to any test to help rank which revision topics are of the most importance.

The app is setup in such a way to guide you through a wide range of Mathematical topics. The PMA assesses generic skill based Mathematical knowledge; it therefore suitably matches the AQA, Edexcel or OCR schemes of learning.

After installation, you are presented with a login screen. You will need to create your own account following the on screen instructions. Keep your login details safe as all future results will be stored under your account. This incredibly powerful tool then helps you to start identifying areas you need to revise. By answering each of the online questions, the app highlights the objectives you have successfully completed and which ones you will need to work on. After some targeted revision, you can then return back to the app to see if you have improved. With each access, the questions are refreshed so you can assess yourself with a similar problem but with different numbers.

To aid with closing the gap, therapy videos can be found within in question to help target specific skills.

Take a challenge - select your target grade and you will be given a bespoke program of questions to help you achieve it.

The app covers the following range of topics:

Statistics and Number -
1) Mean, mode, median and range
2) Pictogram and tally tables
3) Bar charts
4) Probability
5) Stem and leaf
6) Two-way tables
7) Scatter diagrams
8) Percentages and ratio
9) Pie charts
10) Frequency polygons
11) Cumulative frequency tables and graphs
12) Box plots
13) Histograms
14) Upper and lower bounds

Number and Algebra -
1) Operating with integers, decimals and directed numbers (negatives)
2) Place value, BIDMAS and rounding
3) Factors, multiples, HCF and LCM
4) Indices and standard index form
5) Surds
6) Ratio and proportion
7) Fractions, decimals and percentages
8) Equations and simultaneous equations
9) Quadratics - factorising and completing the square
10) Sequences - inc. understanding of nth term rules
11) Linear graphs - y = mx + c
12) Real life graphs - speed, distance and time calculations
13) Inequalities - inc. interpretation of graphical inequalitites
14) Substituting into formulae
15) Changing the subject / rearranging a formula

Geometry and Algebra -
1) Properties of shapes - inc. angles on parallel lines, interior and exterior angles
2) Circle theorems
3) Congruence and similarity
4) Area and perimeter
5) Volume and surface area
6) Transformations
7) Vectors
8) Direct and inverse proportion
9) Bearings and measure - inc. approximations and metric/imperial conversions
10) Algebraic manipulation and equations
11) Pythagoras' theorem
12) Trigonometry
13) Trial and improvement
14) Graph transformations
15) Dimensional analysis
16) Ratio and similarity
17) Loci
18) Nets, plans and elevations
19) Real life graphs

Please note, this application is for PiXL school members only and you will need to get your school id from your teacher if your school is a member of the PiXL club.

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