A brilliant set of resources from Just Maths: 9-1 Exam questions by topic – these have come from Sample Assessment materials and early Practice Papers for the new 9-1 Maths GCSE from AQA, OCR, Pearson Edexcel and also fom WJEC Eduqas Sample Assessment Materials.
To use the links here you will need to be logged in to the brilliant Diagnostic Questions site.
Diagnostic Questions provide a way of assessing your knowledge and understanding, they are excellent for identifying misconceptions. Try for example the collections of GCSE 2017 examination questions from AQA, OCR and Pearson Edexcel.(scroll down each of the pages linked to for numerous quizzes on different topics on the GCSE syllabus). And note the Diagnostic Questions App – revise on the move!
For more information see Diagnostic Exam Questions
Jonathan Hall has a bank of GCSE questions. on his site; note that you can show solutions for these questions. You can choose random questions or select the topic you want. Also on this site – you can create a practice paper with your chosen topics and the number of questions you want.
From David Morse, Maths4Everyone has a wonderful collection of resources.
For more resources see Steve Blades’ site www.m4ths.com; on the GCSE page Steve has many questions by topic, also note the section (near the end of the page) of eBooks, one of which is on GCSE Higher wordy questions. See also Steve’s Think like a problem solver and mathematician book.
On Maths Genie, you will find numerous resources by topic. Under Grade 7, for example, we have Inverse and Composite Functions. You will find some revision examples and also exam questions with solutions.
Craig Barton has a wonderful collection of GCSE revision resources. Note the past paper solutions (Edexcel but useful for any GCSE student) and the GCSE Maths Takeaways which are are questions by topic from Foundation through to grade A*. These are legacy questions but remain very useful.
Selecting Answers for any topic will provide several exam questions on that topic with written solutions. If you just want the questions then select the topic title.
For example look at 100-More Difficult Rearranging Formulae, this document has 12 examination question and written solutions on the topic. There are also video links for students to study the topic further; the video links have been provided by Mohammed Ladak on his wonderful MathedUp! site where you will also find the Takeaways hosted. The author of the written solutions remains a mystery (thank you so much whoever you are!). The questions are hosted on several other sites also including here on the King Edward Vi Sheldon Heath Academy site.
WJEC have a Question Bank tool which allows teachers of Maths, Computing, Science, Electronics, Business Studies, Food & Nutrition and Physical Education to create a paper at either Entry Level, GCE or GCSE. I can confirm the Question Bank tool is very easy to use and works brilliantly; I searched for GCSE Maths filtered by Algebra and Problem and created a paper with mark schemes and examiners’ comments in minutes.
Dynamic Maths has a very useful collection of Excel spreadsheets by topicwhich provide useful practice for KS3 and K4.
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