GCSE Maths Revision Page
Here are some ideas for using Diagnostic Questions to help prepare your students for their upcoming GCSE exams
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GCSE Maths Takeaway
111 short, completely free, topic specific quizzes covering all the major Higher and Foundation content
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Revision Insights
Your students can use the website to identify the specific areas of maths that they need to revise.
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GCSE Quizzes
Diagnostic Question versions of full GCSE papers, which allow you to pin-point exactly where your students are going wrong in a question or with a concept.
Identify Areas of Weakness
The following video shows students how to use the website to identify the specific areas of maths that they need to revise.
GCSE Quizzes
Diagnostic Question versions of full GCSE papers, which allow you to pin-point exactly where your students are going wrong in a question or with a concept. Receive a detailed class report summarising your students' answers, explanations and areas of weakness.
Free GCSE Maths Paper 1
Each question rewritten as a series of Diagnostic Questions supporting question level analysis.
Free GCSE Maths Paper 2
Each question rewritten as a series of Diagnostic Questions supporting question level analysis.
GCSE Maths Paper 1
Each question rewritten as a series of Diagnostic Questions supporting question level analysis.
GCSE Maths Paper 2
Each question rewritten as a series of Diagnostic Questions supporting question level analysis.
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Great Maths Teaching Ideas
My pupils are really enjoying the diagnostic questions, they like how quick and easy they are to complete. It is great that pupils can read what other pupils have wrote in their explanations as this really promotes pupils sharing their understanding of mathematics. Thanks Mr Barton for a great resource.
Darren Duffy
Head of Mathematics, Cardinal Griffin Catholic College
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Mathematics, Learning and Technology