GCSE Maths Revision: Infinite Questions and Answers
As you have probably been told 54,823 times, the only way to get good at maths is to practice.
Unfortunately, that is very true. But fear not. The following resources are absolutely ideal for your GCSE Maths revision. Each of the links on this page share two wonderful things in common: you can generate an infinite number of questions, and you get all the answers. There are resources for quick-fire topic specific practice, and ones that allow you to create your own GCSE papers.
Spend 10-20 minutes a night on this page, and you will feel more confident, more prepared, and perform better than ever. I promise.
Here are four ways you might use the resources below:
1. Practice a topic you have just covered in class
Say you have just finished a lovely week of lesson on angles, or straight line graphs, or surds. You could do it in class, but can you do it at home without any help? Put yourself to the test by choosing that topic and trying out some questions.
2. Prepare for a topic that is coming up
Next week you are revising the four operations with fractions. The problem is, you cannot remember how to divide fractions. Give yourself the very best chance of making the most out of the lessons by trying our some fractions questions.
3. Optimal spacing
Research suggests that the optimal time to retest yourself is 3 weeks after you have learned something. What topic were you studying 3 weeks ago? Now is the perfect time to test yourself out to see what you have truly understood.
4. Random Practice
Pick a topic at random, or get someone to choose one for you. Or try a randomly generated GCSE paper. Keep yourself on your toes by making sure you don't know what is coming next. After all, that is what it will be like in the actual exam.
So, fire them up and give them a whirl. And a massive thank you
to all the wonderful people who use their skills to produce these.
Differentiated Topics consists of Bronze, Silver and Gold questions on a whole host of topics. Start with the bronze and then work your way across. How far can you push yourself? Then there is the Worksheets section where you can... you guessed it, generate and print worksheets.
Generates a set of differentiated questions on your chosen topic. Answers can be revealed individually by clicking on the tiles or by using the 'Show Answers' button.
This is amazing! Generates the more longer form, wordy GCSE Questions, which you an filter by topic or go for a random selection. You can ever choose your tier and whether you want calculator or non calculator questions. Ideal!
GCSE Practice Paper
At the risk of repeating myself, this too is amazing. Flipping brilliant, in fact. You can generate GCSE practice papers of any length you want, with questions from any given subject area, and the answers are included.
Choose the topic, choose the time limit, choose the number of questions, the difficulty, pretty much anything you want. It is a race against the clock!
A set of interactive questions designed to be answered by you on a tablet or computer. Each topic ladder can be easily differentiated to suit your own needs.