There has been an explosion of video tutorials on the web in the last 5 years -- and along with it there are people posting online question papers that are topic specific. What this means is free learning in the comfort of your own home (if you don't count the internet bill, thanks Mum).
I was recently asked by someone for a list of the best GCSE Mathematics resources on the web....
... so without further ado, here are my go-to sites listed for all students looking for a little extra help.
Find below a list of my go-to Mathematics GCSE sites that are all for FREE:
- Bland Maths. Loads of past papers, organised by topic. Beautiful stuff!
- Maths Genie. Topics organised level by level so a great site for working through questions and pushing your grade boundary up.
- Hegarty Maths. You have to register here for past paper questions (for free!) but go to...
- Transmum. Fewer questions here, but questions arranged by topic - good for 30 minute tests on key topics
- Just Maths. Another great site with lots and lots of practice questions
This is just the tip of a very big iceberg, but I usually find that I have enough questions for students using all of these together
As you know, the more questions you do, the easier a topic becomes, so it really is worth using all of these sites combine and doing a topic more than once if you can.
Give it a go - try picking a topic and then gathering all of the questions you can find on that topic, watch Mr Hegarty's online tutorial and master a topic you were fearful of today.