This should give you an idea of what to run through with your daughter. I understood the Maths to be a high 5 to level 6. I find the advice on this forum invaluable - Patricia has also previously posted a great list for DIY'ers to work towards.
Oddly we found running through past papers, or clone papers, to be the best way to identify gaps. We did a previous CSSE paper with DS and he found a problem with calculating areas and also using timetables (as in for buses and trains). So we now know we need to work on that further.
With the timeline to the exam in September 2013, it would seem that reviewing all progress is now vital and practising question types further where there are holes. (I am using the wonderful GL Assessment timetable schedule for preparation, I haven't just made it up !)
I am also taking the advice on this forum that really we shouldn't been pushing them on speed until May - its just best for them to do the papers at their own speed, and then you can easily identify the gaps in their knowledge.