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Here you will find the complete collection of quizzes written by OCR to help you and your students in Years 9 to 11 prepare for the demands of the Maths GCSE.
You can click here to sign up to the completely free OCR Diagnostic Questions Schemes of Work. These schemes cover Years 9, 10 and 11 (Higher and Foundation), and are fully customisable to match the schemes of work you follow in your school. Once set up your students will automatically receive a year’s worth of OCR quizzes - one immediately after each topic unit to identify misconceptions, and one three weeks later to test retention and understanding. Via our in depth insights you will learn more about your students’ understanding of mathematics than ever before.
Alternatively, you might want to make use of the questions in class, or set individual quizzes for homework. The questions are fantastic for whole class discussions, identifying key misconceptions and encouraging students to provide their reasons. See our series of In the Classroom videos for more on this.
We really hope you and your students find them useful.
To find out more about OCR’s GCSE (9-1) Maths Qualification and download additional support material, please visit ocr.org.uk/gcsemaths.
Finally, if you want us to create student accounts for you, then please follow these steps:
- Make sure you have joined your school on Diagnostic Questions (the videos and the guide talk you through this)
- Let us know the name of the school you are a part of
- Send us your students in a spreadsheet to email@example.com with column 1 = first name, column 2 = last name, column 3 = class name
We really hope you and your students find these materials useful.
100 marks per paper, giving us a large scope for awarding more method marks within questions. This means candidates can be better rewarded for each correct step on the way towards an answer.
A column of required content suitable for ‘initial learning’ is set out in the specification, ensuring that the basics can be established with learners before moving on to more difficult areas.
Mathematical formulae will be provided directly in each question when relevant, rather than on a formulae sheet at the front of the paper where candidates would then have to identify and choose the correct formula from.
OCR GCSE (9-1) Maths is designed to be straightforward and accessible so you can tailor how you deliver the course to suit your students’ needs and is backed up by high-quality resources to support you.
Contact OCR's Maths Subject Specialists for specialist advice, guidance and support, giving you individual service and assistance whenever you need it.