Foundation GCSE

 


2012 Past Exam Papers - OCR (J567)

OCR J567 June 2012

June 2012 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

June 2012 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

Grade Boundaries C D E F G
June 2012 110 89 68 47 26

OCR J567 November 2012

November 2012 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme

November 2012 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions


Grade Boundaries C D E F G
November 2012 124 102 81 60 39


2013 Past Exam Papers - OCR (J567)

OCR J567 March 2013

March 2013 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme

March 2013 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme

Grade Boundaries C D E F G
March 2013 115 93 71 49 27

OCR J567 June 2013

June 2013 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme

June 2013 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

Grade Boundaries C D E F G
June 2013 112 91 70 50 30

OCR J567 November 2013

November 2013 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme

November 2013 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

Grade Boundaries C D E F G
November 2013 120 98 76 55 34

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2012 Past Exam Papers - AQA (4365)

AQA 4365 June 2012

June 2012 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

June 2012 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme

Grade Boundaries C D E F G
June 2012 (Overall) 121 95 69 44 19

2013 Past Exam Papers - AQA (4365)

AQA 4365 November 2013

November 2013 Paper 1 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

November 2013 Paper 2 (Foundation): Exam Paper | Mark Scheme | Video Solutions

Grade Boundaries C D E F G
November 2013 125 104 83 62 41

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The key to effective maths revision is PRACTICE. Most people will not be able to improve much by sitting and reading their notes or a revision guide. You need to make sure you are applying the skills you learn.

Here is how I would recommend you use the resources below:

1. Use the video tutorials to check you understand the topic

2. Practise the topic using the exam style questions.

3. Check your answers using the written solutions / video solutions.

 

If you want to practise a topic that is not listed below, email admin@parkermaths.com with your topic and I will put in on the list of resources to be added.

 

Tips for using these resources:

1. Make sure you attempt the questions before watching video solutions. Don't be afraid to make mistakes.

2. Pause the videos to make notes where necessary.

3. If the video is going too slowly for you, consider increasing the speed using the settings cog.

 


Factors, Primes, Multiples, HCF, LCM, Powers, Roots
 

Notes and Examples:

Types of Number (MrBartonMaths)

Video Tutorials:

Factors, Primes, Multiples, HCF, LCM, Prime Factors - YouTube Playlist (HegartyMaths)

Exam Style Questions:

Factors, Multiples, Primes, Powers and Roots: Questions | Solutions


Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
 

Notes and Examples:

Notes on Fractions (External Link: MrBartonMaths)

Notes on Decimals (External Link: MrBartonMaths)

Notes on Percentages (External Link: MrBartonMaths)
Note: Compound Interest and Reverse Percentages are not required for Foundation GCSE

Video Tutorials:

Fractions of an Amount (HegartyMaths)

Fraction Operations + - x ÷ - YouTube Playlist (HegartyMaths)

Exam Style Questions:

Basic Fractions: Questions | Solutions | Video Solutions

Fraction Operations: Questions | Solutions

Percentages of Amounts/Percentage Increase: Questions | Solutions


Ratio & Proportion
 

Notes and Examples:

Ratio (MrBartonMaths)

Video Tutorials:

Sharing Using Ratios (HegartyMaths)

Exam Style Questions:

Ratio and Proportion: Questions | Solutions

Ratio and Proportion 2 (Harder): Questions | Solutions

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Simplifying, Expanding Brackets, Factorising & Indices
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Basic Algebra Revision: Questions | Solutions

Indices, Expanding Brackets, Simplifying: Questions | Solutions


Sequences
 

Notes and Examples:

Linear Sequences (MrBartonMaths)
Note: Quadratic sequences are not necessary for Foundation GCSE

Video Tutorials:

Linear Sequences (HegartyMaths)

Exam Style Questions:

Linear Sequences: Questions | Solutions


Solving Equations
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Linear Equations: Questions | Solutions

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Angles
 

Notes and Examples:

Angles In Polygons (Mr Raine)

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Basic Angle Facts: Questions | Solutions


Area of 2D Shapes
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Area of rectangles, trapezia and compound shapes: Questions | Solutions | Video Solutions


Bearings, Constructions and Loci
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Bearings, Constructions and Loci: Questions | Solutions


Conversion Graphs | Speed, Distance & Time
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Conversion Graphs | Speed, Distance & Time: Questions | Solutions


Transformations
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Mixed Transformations: Questions | Solutions


Volume and Surface Area
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

None available yet...

Exam Style Questions:

Volume and Surface Area: Questions | Solutions

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Averages
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

Mean, Median, Mode and Range (HegartyMaths)

Exam Style Questions:

Averages: Questions | Solutions


Charts and Graphs
 

Notes and Examples:

None available yet...

Video Tutorials:

Stem and Leaf Diagrams (HegartyMaths)

Exam Style Questions:

Pictograms, Pie Charts, Stem and Leaf, Frequency Polygons: Questions | Solutions

Two-Way Tables and Scatter Graphs: Questions | Solutions


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