For some excellent GCSE (UK age 15-16) revision resources explore this collection. Thank you so much to the teachers who create these resources and make them freely available.

Jonathan Hall has a bank of **GCSE questions. **on his site**; **note that you can show solutions for these questions. Also on this site – you can **create a practice paper** with your chosen topics and the number of questions you want.

To use the links in this section you will need to be logged in to the brilliant **Diagnostic Questions** site. Students, just in case your school does not use Diagnostic Questions you can **create your own free account here**. On Craig Barton’s Diagnostic Questions site you can find collections of **GCSE 2017 examination questions** from **AQA**, **OCR** and **Pearson Edexcel **(scroll down each of the pages linked to for numerous quizzes on different topics on the GCSE syllabus).

See also a collection of some of the worst answered new specification GCSE questions on Diagnostic Questions and the **Question of the Week** selection.

Each set consists of 10 questions chosen from all 3 awarding bodies. As well as the online version of each quiz, the design team have also created a booklet in case you wish to print it out.

Badly Answered GCSE Questions – Foundation 1

**— Try the questions online** or **download the booklet**

Badly Answered GCSE Questions – Higher 1

**— Try the questions online** or **download the booklet**

Craig Barton is planning is to produce two more sets of these over the next two weeks.

You can also learn on the move with the free **Diagnsotic Questions app**.

Diagnostic Questions provide a way of assessing your knowledge and understanding, they are excellent for identifying misconceptions.

From Steve Blades, have a look at his very helpful **9-1 GCSE Help Book**. Note that you can download the **book (52 pages) free**.

For more resources see Steve Blades’ site **www.m4ths.com**;on the **GCSE page **Steve has a section (near the end of the page) of eBooks, and one of those is on** GCSE Higher wordy questions**. See also Steve’s **Think like a problem solver and mathematician book**.

**Mr Carter Maths **– for lots of practice questions. Select Differentiated Topics to see the selection available. If you want to practise this new topic – Iteration; **this is the direct link.**

On Tanner Maths you will find **Flashcards **for the new specification – choose A4 or A5.

Try this **revision maze** from Crash Maths.

**Many of these resources** are also very useful. Check with your teacher the detailed content for your specification.