2019 SATs and GCSE Maths Revision

To help you and your students prepare for the 2019 Key Stage 2 SATs and GCSE Maths Exams, we have created a series of brand-new, completely free mixed-topic revision quizzes, covering all the key topics from the respective courses.

These consist of 20 Quiz As, featuring original questions, and 20 Quiz Bs, which are clones of Quiz A, but with different numbers and a different order of answers.

Here are 3 ways you might choose to use them:

1. Use the questions in class

Each day you might choose to ask, say, 3 of the questions from a Quiz A. 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

Each quiz covers a range of different topics, making them ideal as a revision homework. Not only that, but 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 Revision Scheme of Work

Now, this is the ultimate! In a few clicks you can schedule, say, one quiz per week for your class in the build up to exams. Or, if you are feeling very generous, maybe give them two per week!

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 topics. 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 Revision 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, and happy revising!

Craig

Quizzes

SATs Revision – Unit 1
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SATs Revision – Unit 2
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SATs Revision – Unit 3
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SATs Revision – Unit 4
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SATs Revision – Unit 5
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SATs Revision – Unit 6
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SATs Revision – Unit 7
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SATs Revision – Unit 8
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SATs Revision – Unit 9
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SATs Revision – Unit 10
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SATs Revision – Unit 11
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SATs Revision – Unit 12
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SATs Revision – Unit 13
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SATs Revision – Unit 14
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SATs Revision – Unit 15
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SATs Revision – Unit 16
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SATs Revision – Unit 17
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SATs Revision – Unit 18
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SATs Revision – Unit 19
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SATs Revision – Unit 20
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 1
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 2
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 3
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 4
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 5
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 6
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 7
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 8
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 9
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 10
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 11
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 12
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 13
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 14
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 15
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 16
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 17
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 18
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 19
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GCSE Foundation Revision – Unit 20
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 1
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 2
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 3
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 4
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 5
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 6
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 7
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 8
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 9
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 10
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 11
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 12
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 13
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 14
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 15
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 16
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 17
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 18
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 19
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GCSE Higher Revision – Unit 20
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