How do I obtain past papers for my maths gcse resit in a few weeks?

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Just started year 12 but I have to resit my maths gcse in November, although I've never really revised properly before so I don't know where to start. My teacher as well as a lot of others have said to do past papers, however I have no idea how I'm supposed to get a past paper, is there an online one I can do? Someone please help, starting to worry lol
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Hii, you could download resit past papers for free via your awarding exam body- as I done this in the past with SQA.Not sure about the English awarding exam body but I believe it shouldn't be any different. Good luck for your resit exam ps dependant on what level in GCSE you're wanting to resit, you could easily download National 5 which is the equivalent of A-B grade in the top tier: https://www.sqa.org.uk/pastpapers/findpastpaper.htm
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P&M tutor: https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com...rs/gcse-maths/

P&M tutor is a great place to find past papers, if you do not know what exam board or level your GCSE will be then ask a teacher.

All you have to do is search " GCSE maths past papers (your exam board)"
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(Original post by alfieisgood)
Just started year 12 but I have to resit my maths gcse in November, although I've never really revised properly before so I don't know where to start. My teacher as well as a lot of others have said to do past papers, however I have no idea how I'm supposed to get a past paper, is there an online one I can do? Someone please help, starting to worry lol
Hey, I’m sure you can still source them online, I don’t know if that’s changed now but when I did my GCSEs (2019) you could.

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Literally the best way to revise maths is mainly doing tons and tons of maths past papers. Depending on what exam board you do there should be 3 papers, so by doing the full series of 3 papers for each year you should cover pretty much all the curriculum. On maths genie it shows you the grade level for each topic, so that’s a good way to know the topics of the different difficulty level questions, if that makes sense?
Like for example trigonometry is I think around a grade 7 topic, whilst calculating velocity time graphs is like a grade 8. So Yh, as well as doing the past papers, also use maths genie and the other websites listed to practice past questions per topic!!
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