Questions- lots of questions

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Both students and parents often ask where they can find more questions to practise. I thought I would compile a list of my favourites in one place so have put the list in this post on Mathematics for Students. I have referred to all these before but thought it would be useful to have them in place

Note that a great new feature on Craig Barton’s and Simon Woodhead’s diagnosticquestions.com (see these posts for further information on this outstanding site) is the facility to generate a pdf worksheet of  any quiz you create. The worksheet includes space for students to write their explanations of why they chose the answer, and why the other answers are wrong. Diagnostic Questions example worksheet

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