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Zen and the Art of AO3: A transcendental explanation of the new AQA GCSE Maths Assessment Objectives…

We know some teachers have been struggling to understand what the new AO2 and AO3 Assessment Objectives are all about…  We struggled to start with. 

But after publishing two student books, consulting endlessly with the examiners, and writing umpteen practice questions on AO2 and AO3, we think we’ve sussed them.  Which makes this about the right moment to share this knowledge…

One of our authors happens to double as a Zen master and explains AO2 and AO3 in this short video in the only way he knows how.  It’s tongue-in-cheek, of course, but we hope teachers find it genuinely helpful:

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