Note – older students scroll down the page a bit!

**How am I doing?
**These resources should help understand how to progress in the subject.

**Key Stage 3 (Age 11-14)
**On Kangaroo Maths see the

**Build A Mathematician tasks**and

**Got It?**

The following resources use the old KS3 levels but still provide you with useful questions to see how you are doing.

**Convinced**has questions increasing in difficulty on a range of topics as do the

**Levelopaedia and Level Ladders.**

**Key Stage 4 (Age 14-16)
**From Kangaroo Maths –

**Assessment: Key Stage 4**

See also many resources on **this page**, for example the excellent 5-a-day materials from Mr Corbett.

**Study Tips
**Some great tips (GCSE) from the

**Murderous Maths**site.

Are you guilty of making any of the **Classic Mistakes** here?

You can download posters or listen to a podcast for each of the mistakes on Nevil Hopley’s site.

From Professor Stephen Chew of Samford university, this series of 5 videos looks at how to get the most out of studying (any subject, not just maths). Part 1 includes ‘beliefs that make you stupid’!

**How to get the most out of studying (Part 1), ****Part 2, ****Part 3, **** Part 4, ****Part 5**

The Open University has several **helpful publications** for students of Mathematics. Many of these resources would be helpful for students still at school.

From John Kerl – see these excellent **tips for mathematical handwriting**.

For older students Peter Alfeld wrote this guide on **Understanding Mathematics** for his students at Utah University.