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In week 2 we have Maths AS Paper 2 Statistics and Mechanics and A Level Further Maths Paper 1, looking ahead to Week 3 after half term, we have Further Maths Paper 2, A Level Maths Paper 1, Core Maths Paper 1 and GCSE Maths Paper 2.

For many further resources see **GCSE Revision 2023**

Recent Practice Papers, warm-ups and Checklists given that paper 1 is complete:

- Adam Mercer – Starting Strong – Edexcel foundation
**CorbettMaths**AQA, Edexcel, OCR**Jo Morgan – Calculator Revision Mats****1st Class Maths**AQA, Edexcel**1st Class Maths Edexcel Paper 2 Analysis**& resources from Mr White & Jenny Hill-Parker**Mr Morley Maths**– Edexcel Foundation, also Higher Paper 2 High Priority Revision topics**PixiMaths**– Edexcel- Hannah Kettle Maths Edexcel
**GCSE Maths Tutor**Topic Checklists for Edexcel, AQA, OCR, IGCSE and WJEC- IMathsPlanner Edexcel, AQA
**Mr Neill**OCR P2 Practice Questions**Dave Taylor**– OCR Revision Mat**OnMaths**online paper and video solutions, one question at a time, AQA, Edexcel, and OCR**Matt Woodfine’s Maths White Board**AQA Revision mats & two 15-question online tests – AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC**Pete Mattock**– AQA – big practice papers**Casio**free webinars for GCSE Higher and A Level**AddvanceMaths****IGCSE**practice papers**Dani Quinn blog**– thinking about what to send students home with**A Level****Maths & Further Maths**

From Christine Norledge on Third Space Learning blog: **Edexcel Paper 1 analysis with recommended revision list for papers 2 and 3**.

IFrom Adam Mercer, “Starting Strong” for Edexcel foundation pupils.

See **Corbettmaths GCSE Maths Summer 2023**,** **we now have **Edexcel**, **AQA ** paper 2 and 3 preparation materials and **OCR** papers 2, 3, 5, and 6. The material includes interactive revision checklists, (select a topic for an explanation on that topic) and Foundation and Higher Preparation Papers.

The interactive lists link directly to the appropriate video, note the video number and then find that in the list of contents on the **videos and worksheets page** for practice questions.

As there are 3 papers, it is almost certain that topics from paper 1 may appear again, so definitely make sure you revise everything.

John Corbett

Calculator revision mats from Jo Morgan:

IFrom First Class Maths a practice paper for Edexcel Paper 2H is now available. I do like the disclaimer on the front page, we cannot know what content will be examined – the best strategy is to revise everything! The paper has been created “with a careful analysis of the most common paper 2/3 topics from previous years and also careful analysis of what topics have already appeared in paper 1.”

Note the timetable for the **estimated dates for release of the practice papers and the Paper 2 key topics documents.**

**Mr White has used the Edexcel analysis from 1st Class Maths** (Key Topics for Paper 2 based on Paper 1 Analysis and previous trends) to create this list of **Maths Genie links** for the top 20 topics in Edexcel. Note the tabs on the spreadsheet – we have a list for Higher and also for Foundation.

And using that analysis, Jenny Hill-Parker has created these resources for Edexcel Foundation and Higher:

**Foundation practice questions** and **solutions**

and here we have **Jenny’s higher questions** and **solutions**.

**PixiMaths Practice Papers** “to help you revise for papers 2 and 3 **Edexcel Maths GCSE **for summer 2023 based on topics that we have seen in paper 1.”

With that important reminder for students on the front page:

**GCSE Maths Tutor – 2023 Paper 2 Checklist** – choose Get the free checklist, then you can choose your exam board, Edexcel, AQA, OCR, IGCSE and WJEC.

iAQA and Edexcel Practice Papers from @mathsplanner, Foundation solutions are available, higher will follow.

For OCR, see Mr Neill’s suggested **practice questions** for Foundations and Higher for Paper 2.

Remember that Mr Neill has this brilliant resource, **all Edexcel, AQA and OCR GCSE maths questions** by topic with answers from June 2017 to Nov 2020 (9-1), available all on pdf, PowerPoint or Promethean.

Dave Taylor has used his **list of topics** to create a **revision mat for OCR**.

We also have papers and video solutions from @onmathsuk.

Very helpfully, onmaths has **an online paper and video solutions** for Foundation and Higher AQA, Edexcel, and OCR (downloads are available for subscribers)

From Matt Woodfine **a collection of resources for AQA Paper 2**

Also available are online 15-question online tests which assess different skills from the various checklists that have been shared that aim to tackle high-frequency topics or key skills. Tests are available for AQA, Edexcel, OCR, and WJEC; it is also possible to get a pdf copy of the test and answers. Goto **this page**, if you have the number for your chosen test choose click here from the statement “If you happen to know the MWB task number already (ideal if you have already set a homework to one group and would like to set it to a second group), please click here.” You will then be invited to enter the code for the test you want.

The link to the tests and a full list of available tests are available **here**.

**S lp** has created some **Foundation “Lessons”** focussed on the 4 and 5 star topics. from @1stclassmaths‘s predicted topics on MWB, @MattTheApp.

Pete Mattock has created two AQA practice calculator papers, based on his analysis of paper 1.

Casio have free webinars for GCSE Higher on 30th May and for A Level on 1st June, the webinars will have a focus on the correct use of the calculator, for A Level the calculator will be the CG50.

For IGCSE – **See AddvanceMaths.com**

Thinking about half term ahead, I do like this thoughtful blog post from **Dani Quinn**, that is a very important point about being careful what we send our students home with. Overwhelming them with too much work for which they can’t get feedback is not helpful for students studying alone.

For A Level, see **A Level Maths & Further Maths 2023**.