Advance information for the November 2022 exams for GCSE English language and GCSE maths has been published on 27th June.
OCR have confimed that:
We have now clarified that the formulae provided as standard, within individual questions in the GCSE (9-1) Mathematics question papers and at the front of the question paper for Level 3 FSMQ: Additional Mathematics, will continue to be provided in the questions papers for the 2022 exams.OCR Mathematics
From Christine Norledge, see her very comprehensive blog post, where she has given her thoughts on how the papers might look, and some suggested topics and exam questions to practise with resit groups.
On ExamQ from Mr Watts you can quickly search for Edexcel Maths GCSE and A-Level exam questions. You can choose from GCSE Foundation or Higher, AS or A level, you can also select by exam series, paper, area and topic. Selecting November 2022 Advanced Information displays a menu of questions by paper based on the Advance Information.
On Corbettmaths, see GCSE Maths Revision November 22 available for AQA, Edexcel, OCR and CCEA. From the always brilliant Corbettmaths, we have revision checklists, practice papers and answers also YouTube playlists and a reminder of the revision cards and 5-a-day workbooks available.
On Maths Genie you will find revision topics for the Advance Information from Edexcel, AQA and OCR.
From Richard Morley, see his website, Mr Morely Maths, his section on Revision Guides includes Autumn 2022 Advance Information from Edexcel. Currently, revision guides for the three foundation papers are provided. The revision guides are pdf files with Richard’s notes jotters which accompany each video; links to the relevant videos are provided as QR codes.
The interface is very clear indeed, easily display the questions or mark schemes.
See also – Mathematics Revision including many short questions which can make ideal revision. And note from Mr Neill, a 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.
Whilst we have this advance information, it should perhaps be regarded with some caution; we cannot assume too much about what will not be on the examination. It is still important to teach the complete specification, many students will be going on to study A level, but the revision resources appearing based on the advance information for Mathematics will provide a useful focus for revision. I will keep this post updated as new resources are created.
To start, from TeachitMaths an AQA Maths partnership resource: GCSE mathematics-small things make a big difference; many really useful and important reminders for students.
Create custom starters for revision at any time.