We have a BIG challenge with Maths and Science education in the UK. Internationally we are 27th and 16th respectively in league tables and domestically over 41% of our students failed to achieve maths grade C in 2011. Whilst our competitors have raced ahead we have, in the words of the OECD’s Director of Education, ‘stagnated’.

As they say 'every little helps' and the aim of Mathsmadeeasy is to improve maths achievement in the UK through written resources and coaching.

Key learning at school from age 5 to 7 years (KS1, year 1 and 2)

In this Stage, each child is assessed in English for reading (word and comprehension), writing (spelling and handwriting) in Maths (number, place value, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, shape, space and measurement) and in Science (working scientifically, plants, animals, everyday materials and seasonal changes.

Key learning at school from age 8 to 11 years (KS2, year 3 , 4, 5 and 6)

In this Stage, each child is assessed in English for reading (word and comprehension), writing (spelling and handwriting) in Maths (number, calculations, fractions, measurements, geometry, stats, algebra and ratio) and in Science.

Years 7 to year 9 span the period called key stage 3, culminating in the Maths, English and Science SATs tests.
By the age of 14, most children are expected to achieve level 5. These exams are often used to decide which GSCE set your child will be in.

General Certificate of Secondary Education, usually taken from ages 14 - 16 years.

Start in year 10, a two year GCSE course can be either modular (exams over two years) or linear (exams at the end). Two exam papers are taken at Foundation (achieving up to grade C) or Higher tiers (up to A*). Level 2 Key Skills = A*-C and Level 1 = D-G

AS Mathematics or Physics in year 12, has three modules usually examined in January or June. A2 Maths or Physics, a further three modules in year 13, completes the A-level course. AS and A2 are both 50% of the full A Level. The information provided is based on the OCR board, but will be applicable to other exam boards.

Which examination board syllabus does this material cover?

Maths exam and revision papers downloads - FAQs

The GCSE exam papers and GCSE revision papers are based on the syllabus of the most popular maths examination boards.

Exam papers, are based on real past GCSE exam papers. Each question has been completely rewritten to avoid copyight issues, but the level of difficulty remains exactly the same. The answer packs provide the detail you need, to fully understand how to do well in maths GCSE. You won't get this from the examination boards!

The revision papers are based on specific topics, like Algebra. Each revision paper contains specially selected questions which covers that topic thoroughly. You can be assured that the papers are accurately set at the GCSE maths exam standard shown.

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How detailed are the Answer packs

Very detailed! Clear and Simple. If you buy an answer paper from the examination board they usually only provide the final answer. But they don't explain how you get that answer. As you can see, from the examples below, my model answers are detailed, step by step explanations, which will ensure that you understand GCSE maths.

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