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    Hi, I'm looking for websites for GCSE Maths revision, ones that include lots of exercises, practise questions etc. Eg: If i need to revise algebra, I can find several papers/worksheets filled with algebra exercises/practise questions (answer sheet included) and so on. If the website also has past papers, that's a bonus, but i know where to find those easily anyway

    My school isn't subscribed to anything like myMaths, so I need one that I can just create a free personal account with, or that is just public and open

    Thanks in advance
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    Hi, I'm looking for websites for GCSE Maths revision, ones that include lots of exercises, practise questions etc. Eg: If i need to revise algebra, I can find several papers/worksheets filled with algebra exercises/practise questions (answer sheet included) and so on. If the website also has past papers, that's a bonus, but i know where to find those easily anyway

    My school isn't subscribed to anything like myMaths, so I need one that I can just create a free personal account with, or that is just public and open

    Thanks in advance
    drfrostmaths is pretty good
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    drfrostmaths is pretty good
    Thanks for the suggestion, but for all the good parts of the website you need to sign in with a school, which I can't do Thanks though!
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    Hi, I'm looking for websites for GCSE Maths revision, ones that include lots of exercises, practise questions etc. Eg: If i need to revise algebra, I can find several papers/worksheets filled with algebra exercises/practise questions (answer sheet included) and so on. If the website also has past papers, that's a bonus, but i know where to find those easily anyway

    My school isn't subscribed to anything like myMaths, so I need one that I can just create a free personal account with, or that is just public and open

    Thanks in advance
    Unfortunately, the majority of Maths websites of this description require some sort of payment to get full access to the most useful features that they offer. Maths Genie and Mr Barton Maths are good, but if you PM me I can give you my friend's Maths Watch account which would probably be your best bet.

    Also, I don't know whether you're exclusively looking for websites to help you with Maths revision, but as I'm sure that you know, CGP's revision guides and practice workbooks offer what you're looking for and if it is the price that concerns you, just know that you won't have to spend more than 20 pounds to get all of the books that you need which I'm sure is manageable if you save up.
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    Thanks for the suggestion, but for all the good parts of the website you need to sign in with a school, which I can't do Thanks though!
    You can get practise questions without signing in with a school?
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    Hi I wouldn’t actually recommend websites, I’d recommend printing off or just viewing online as many past papers as you can. I know that the gcse is now the new spec but there are sample papers on the exam board website and also the majority of old gcse papers will still be relevant. I tried to use a website to revise for my chemistry mock and completely flunked it so for me it didn’t work at all, that’s not saying it won’t for you. But past papers and practice questions are scientifically proven to be the best way to revise. Good luck
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    Hi I wouldn’t actually recommend websites, I’d recommend printing off or just viewing online as many past papers as you can. I know that the gcse is now the new spec but there are sample papers on the exam board website and also the majority of old gcse papers will still be relevant. I tried to use a website to revise for my chemistry mock and completely flunked it so for me it didn’t work at all, that’s not saying it won’t for you. But past papers and practice questions are scientifically proven to be the best way to revise. Good luck
    Yeah - OP is asking for websites that have lots of practise questions on them.
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    You can get practise questions without signing in with a school?
    Really? From what I could tell there wasn't much on the website that didn't require a log in with school details D: I'll look again, maybe i was being dumb haha thanks!
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    Unfortunately, the majority of Maths websites of this description require some sort of payment to get full access to the most useful features that they offer. Maths Genie and Mr Barton Maths are good, but if you PM me I can give you my friend's Maths Watch account which would probably be your best bet.

    Also, I don't know whether you're exclusively looking for websites to help you with Maths revision, but as I'm sure that you know, CGP's revision guides and practice workbooks offer what you're looking for and if it is the price that concerns you, just know that you won't have to spend more than 20 pounds to get all of the books that you need which I'm sure is manageable if you save up.
    Ahh Mathsgenie seems to be great! thanks!
    But yeah, i understand that i am asking a lot for a free website with everything on it haha. I do actually have acsess to the online version of the student book/text book 9-1 maths, so that's good.

    thanks for the reply and recomending mathsgenie!
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    (Original post by Fwd)
    Really? From what I could tell there wasn't much on the website that didn't require a log in with school details D: I'll look again, maybe i was being dumb haha thanks!
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    O god how did i not see that hahahah cheers man, Mr Spy!
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    Hi, I'm looking for websites for GCSE Maths revision, ones that include lots of exercises, practise questions etc. Eg: If i need to revise algebra, I can find several papers/worksheets filled with algebra exercises/practise questions (answer sheet included) and so on. If the website also has past papers, that's a bonus, but i know where to find those easily anyway

    My school isn't subscribed to anything like myMaths, so I need one that I can just create a free personal account with, or that is just public and open

    Thanks in advance
    Corbett maths is really good,, u don’t need to be with a school and has free exercises and past papers
 
 
 
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