Eedi GCSE Topic Quizzes

This collection features quizzes for every topic unit for GCSE Foundation and GCSE Higher exams. They are suitable to be used with whichever Awarding Body you are following, including AQA, Edexcel or OCR.

Each topic unit consists of a Quiz A and a Quiz B. The questions in Quiz B are of the same order, mathematical structure and difficulty as those in Quiz A, but with the numbers and order of answers changed.

Here are 3 ways you might use the quizzes:

1. Use the questions in class

The quizzes are great for either assessing prerequisite knowledge, as a progress check, or assessing understanding after a topic unit. Simply project a question up on your board, give students time to think, let them vote (either with fingers, ABCD cards or mini-whiteboards), justify their answers, and then let the class discussions begin! And if the question has proved a particularly divisive one, and misconceptions have been uncovered, then you can always ask the clone version from the accompanying Quiz B at a later date to make sure those misconceptions have been resolved.

For more information and tips on asking diagnostic questions in class, you might like this post.

2. Set a quiz as homework

You can set a single quiz as a homework. Perhaps you could do this immediately after the topic unit to see what your students have understood. Or maybe you could wait a few weeks before setting a quiz to see what they have retained.

As the teacher you will benefit from the automated marking. This should save you hours a week, allowing you to immediately identify troublesome questions, and then spend your time doing something that will really make a difference - thinking about how to help your students overcome the misconceptions that have been identified. And if that wasn’t enough, your students will also benefit from our redesigned quiz review process, which allows them to think hard about any mistakes they have made and set about resolving them themselves without having to wait until the next lesson.

To get started setting a quiz, you need to:

  • Make sure your students are set up on our system. Just contact one of the team using the chat function in the bottom-right corner to get going
  • Make sure your students have downloaded our brand-new Eedi mobile app so they can answer on their mobile device - or they can simply use their logins on any computer
  • Choose a quiz from below, click Assign to class, pick your start and end date, and tell your students the good news :-)

3. Set up a Scheme of Work

Now, this is the ultimate! In a few clicks you can set up a scheme of work on our system to match the one your school follows.

Not only will you benefit from the same automated marking, and not having to remember to set a new quiz each time, but there is another major benefit to setting up the revision scheme of work. Each time your students complete a Quiz A, they are told their score and then challenged to improve using our quiz review process. But then, 3 weeks later, they are automatically set the corresponding Quiz B, which covers the same topic. This allows both you and they to see what they have retained, where they have improved, and where key areas of weakness still lie.

To get going setting up your Scheme of Work, you need to:

  • Make sure your students are set up on our system. Just contact one of the team using the chat function in the bottom-right corner to get going
  • Make sure your students have downloaded our brand-new Eedi mobile app so they can answer on their mobile device - or they can simply use their logins on any computer
  • Visit Eedi using your same Diagnostic Questions login, and choose the appropriate scheme of work from the list.
  • Decide when you want the scheme to start, and how many quizzes you want to set per week by dragging the blocks around, assign it to your class, and you are good to go!

If you have trouble with any of this, hop on the Chat function in the bottom-right hand corner, and one of our team will get back to you as soon as they can.

I really hope both you and your students find these quizzes useful!

Craig

Quizzes

Factors, multiples, primes
1 2
Powers and roots
1 2
Negative numbers
1 2
Fraction, decimal and percentage equivalence
1 2
Ordering integers and decimals
1 2
Ordering fractions
1 2
Laws of indices
1 2
Standard form
1 2
Four operations with integers and decimals
1 2
Fractions basics
1 2
Four operations with fractions
1 2
Estimation and rounding
1 2
Bounds of error
1 2
Ratio
1 2
Proportion
1 2
Percentages
1 2
Use a calculator efficiently
1 2
Times and timetables
1 2
Money and currency conversion
1 2
Systematic listing strategies
1 2
Growth and decay
1 2
Problem solving with the four operations
1 2
Reciprocals
1 2
Writing algebraic expressions
1 2
Simplifying algebraic expressions
1 2
Substitution into formulae
1 2
Rearranging formulae - basics
1 2
Expanding single brackets
1 2
Factorising into single brackets
1 2
Expanding double brackets
1 2
Factorising into double brackets
1 2
Solving linear equations
1 2
Solving linear simultaneous equations
1 2
Solving quadratic equations
1 2
Linear inequalities
1 2
Sequences
1 2
Real life graphs
1 2
Coordinates
1 2
Straight line graphs
1 2
Quadratic graphs
1 2
Other graphs
1 2
Coordinate geometry
1 2
Loci and constructions
1 2
Scale drawings
1 2
Similarity and congruence
1 2
Symmetry
1 2
Measure and draw angles
1 2
Basic angle facts
1 2
Angles on parallel lines
1 2
Angles in triangles and quadrilaterals
1 2
Angles in polygons
1 2
Units of measurement
1 2
Perimeter and area
1 2
Circumference and area of a circle
1 2
Surface area and volume of prisms
1 2
Bearings
1 2
Pythagoras
1 2
Right-angled trigonometry
1 2
Translation and basic vectors
1 2
Reflection
1 2
Rotation
1 2
Enlargement
1 2
All transformations
1 2
Compound measures
1 2
Surface area and volume of non-prisms
1 2
Plans and elevations
1 2
Nets
1 2
Properties of 2D shapes
1 2
Properties of 3D shapes
1 2
Probability of a single event
1 2
Probability of combined events
1 2
Tree Diagrams
1 2
Frequency trees
1 2
Venn diagrams introduction and notation
1 2
Probability with Venn diagrams
1 2
Collecting data
1 2
Stem and leaf diagrams
1 2
Pie charts
1 2
Bar charts
1 2
Pictograms
1 2
Averages and range from a list of data
1 2
Averages and range from tables
1 2
Scatter diagrams and correlation
1 2
Time series and line graphs
1 2
Two way tables
1 2
Factors, multiples, primes
1 2
Powers and roots
1 2
Negative numbers
1 2
Fraction, decimal and percentage equivalence
1 2
Ordering integers and decimals
1 2
Ordering fractions
1 2
Laws of indices
1 2
Standard form
1 2
Four operations with integers and decimals
1 2
Fractions basics
1 2
Four operations with fractions
1 2
Estimation and rounding
1 2
Bounds of error
1 2
Ratio
1 2
Proportion
1 2
Percentages
1 2
Use a calculator efficiently
1 2
Times and timetables
1 2
Money and currency conversion
1 2
Systematic listing strategies
1 2
Growth and decay
1 2
Surds
1 2
Problem solving with the four operations
1 2
Reciprocals
1 2
Writing algebraic expressions
1 2
Simplifying algebraic expressions
1 2
Substitution into formulae
1 2
Rearranging formulae - basics
1 2
Expanding single brackets
1 2
Factorising into single brackets
1 2
Expanding double brackets
1 2
Factorising into double brackets
1 2
Expanding triple brackets
1 2
Algebraic fractions
1 2
Rearranging formulae - advanced
1 2
Solving linear equations
1 2
Solving linear simultaneous equations
1 2
Solving quadratic equations
1 2
Linear inequalities
1 2
Iteration
1 2
Graphical and quadratic inequalities
1 2
Sequences
1 2
Direct and inverse proportion algebraically
1 2
Real life graphs
1 2
Coordinates
1 2
Straight line graphs
1 2
Quadratic graphs
1 2
Other graphs
1 2
Graphs of trigonometric functions
1 2
Equation of a circle
1 2
Estimating gradient of curves
1 2
Estimating area under a curve
1 2
Functions
1 2
Transformation of functions
1 2
Solving non-linear simultaneous equations
1 2
Coordinate geometry
1 2
Completing the square
1 2
Algebraic proof
1 2
Loci and constructions
1 2
Scale drawings
1 2
Similarity and congruence
1 2
Symmetry
1 2
Measure and draw angles
1 2
Basic angle facts
1 2
Angles on parallel lines
1 2
Angles in triangles and quadrilaterals
1 2
Angles in polygons
1 2
Circle theorems
1 2
Units of measurement
1 2
Perimeter and area
1 2
Circumference and area of a circle
1 2
Surface area and volume of prisms
1 2
Bearings
1 2
Pythagoras
1 2
Right-angled trigonometry
1 2
Further trigonometry
1 2
Translation and basic vectors
1 2
Reflection
1 2
Rotation
1 2
Enlargement
1 2
All transformations
1 2
Vector geometry
1 2
Compound measures
1 2
Surface area and volume of non-prisms
1 2
Plans and elevations
1 2
Nets
1 2
Properties of 2D shapes
1 2
Properties of 3D shapes
1 2
Probability of a single event
1 2
Probability of combined events
1 2
Tree Diagrams
1 2
Frequency trees
1 2
Venn diagrams introduction and notation
1 2
Probability with Venn diagrams
1 2
Collecting data
1 2
Stem and leaf diagrams
1 2
Pie charts
1 2
Bar charts
1 2
Pictograms
1 2
Histograms
1 2
Averages and range from a list of data
1 2
Averages and range from tables
1 2
Cumulative frequency diagrams
1 2
Scatter diagrams and correlation
1 2
Box and whisker diagrams
1 2
Time series and line graphs
1 2
Two way tables
1 2