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#### GCSE Maths Revision Passports

GCSE Maths Revision Passports are an ideal way of helping you keep track of your revision, and enabling you to focus on the areas that are most important. This page contains some of the best GCSE Maths Revision Passports around.

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#### Miss B's Passports for Success *keyboard_arrow_up*
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The excellent Miss B has produced the following set of amazing Passports for Success. Each one contains an exam question, a QR code that links to a video on that topic, and a QR code that links to some more questions on the topic. I have produced some written solutions for these passports. Here is how I would advise using the passports:

- Try the exam question
- Check your solution using my written solutions
- If you got it correct and are happy, tick it off and move onto the next question
- If you got it wrong or are a bit unsure, watch the video, try the worksheet questions, and get your teacher to check them
- Then try the exam question again, and hopefully you can tick it off!
- When you have ticked everything off, try the Tests at the back of the passports

#### Mr Slack's GCSE Maths Revision Passports *keyboard_arrow_up*
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The following set of GCSE Maths Revision Passports from Mr Slack contain a handy, pupil friendly list of all the topics students need to know to achieve a particular grade. The idea is that the students use them to know what topics to focus on, go off and do some deepen revision using resources of their choice, and then bring evidence of that revision back to the teacher who ticks off/stamps the passport.

Grade C Revision PassportGrade B Revision Passport

Grade A-A* Revision Passport

#### MathedUp's Revision Maths *keyboard_arrow_up*
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Okay, so whilst not technically a passport (well, not even close to being a passport, in fact), these Revision Maths serve a similar purpose. They are produced by the wonderful MathedUp, and can be used in class during a revision lesson, or at home by students to give them a sense of which topics they know and which they don't. We tend to use these during the final two weeks before the GCSE Maths Exam as an engaging revision activity