|Level 3||Level 4||Level 5||Level 6||Level 7 GCSE|
|Put data into a table. Draw a bar chart with whole numbers on squared paper.||Fill out a blank table you have been given or copied. Draw a bar chart with some help.||Draw a table and calculate mean values. Draw a bar chart independently or scatter graph with help.||Draw your own table with the headings and units. Draw a simple scatter graph with a line of best fit.||Use a consistent number of decimal places in your work. Select appropriate graphs, and scales, plotting complex data accurately.|
|Fill out a table accurately||Add headings and data to a blank table you have been provided with||Draw your own table and record results||Complete a table independently with correct headings and consistent use of units||Complete a table with consistent use of units, and decimal points|
|Add results to a bar graph that has been started for you||Draw a bar graph if axes have been provided||Calculate a mean||Ignore anomalies when calculating mean values||Calculate a mean, excluding anomalies to appropriate numbers of decimal places|
|Draw a simple bar chart for whole numbers on square paper.||Draw a bar chart without support||Choose the appropriate graph for the data and select the correct line of best fit.||Select a suitable graph, scale and line of best fit. Axes are labelled and units are given|
|Draw a scatter graph when provided with axes or scales.||Accurately plot data where the independent variable has a regular interval||Accurately plot data where the independent variable has irregular intervals or is given to many decimal places.|
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