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November AQA GCSE Maths Unit Exams Approaching – Download a Free Practice Paper!

Very soon after half-term, AQA GCSE Mathematics Unit 1 and 2 exams will be underway for the AQA new specification. 50% of the marks in the exams will come from AO2 and AO3 questions.

Watch a new 3-minute video about this ‘big change’ from Series Editor Glyn Payne:

3 minute video - Glyn Payne explains the problem-solving needed in the new AQA GCSE Maths spec. Click to play.

Longman AQA GCSE Mathematics provides plenty of practice for AO2 and AO3, as well as helping students secure the basic maths of AO1.

In particular, there are Practice Papers (for both modular and linear) in the  Practice Books that cover the full ability range: Foundation Sets, Middle Sets, Higher Sets plus the special ‘A to A*’  Book. In addition, the Assessment Pack includes even more Practice Papers.

Download a free Higher Unit 1 Practice PaperEnjoy even more now with the correct Mark Scheme!

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  1. October 24, 2010 at 5:46 pm

    I’m 50 and I’ve set myself the challenge of sitting Maths GCSE in June 2011 with 2 objectives:- 1) To bring myself up to speed so I can help my children with their homework and 2) To see just how easy or difficult it is to get an A star! Obviously I need to go for an examination that does not involve course work. Which exam board do you recommend?

    • domholdsworth
      October 25, 2010 at 8:32 am

      Hi Jason –
      None of the main Boards require coursework for their GCSE.
      I recommend you ask your children (or their teachers) what Board they use at their school and go with that. That way you’ll be fully aligned with what they’re doing.
      Failing that, the two Boards with the main share of candidates are AQA and Edexcel. Either one should work fine for you.
      DH

      • November 9, 2010 at 10:09 am

        Thanks DH

        I’ve gone with AQA- just got my textbook all 688 pages!

  2. Peter Smallwood
    October 25, 2010 at 7:05 pm

    With reference to the blog item posted 21 Oct where you offer a free download of the higher unit 1 practise paper. The link to the related marking scheme looks to be wrong. It links to a resit exam and not the practise paper. I wonder if you could offer a corrected link to the practise paper marking scheme.
    Many thanks,
    Peter

  3. October 26, 2010 at 5:39 am

    Thank you very much for the practice paper – that’s really helpful for a new specification like this. I don’t think the mark scheme matches that paper though, it would be so helpful to have the mark scheme if that is possible.

  4. Peter
    October 29, 2010 at 5:38 pm

    Hi,
    Thanks for posting the Higher Unit 1 Practice Paper.
    It will be a great help in preparing for the forthcoming exams.
    But…please can we have a marking scheme to go with it?
    Regards,
    Peter

  5. bob
    November 13, 2010 at 1:01 pm

    can we have practice paper for unit 2 aqa 4360 maths gcse

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