Maths Teaching

GCSE Higher Level Revision Starters

There is a fantastic free resource from Edexcel called “Quickies Homework Sheets” that contains 20 sheets of 20 questions. In my experience, some pupils cannot cope with the amount of different topics on these sheets in one sitting. I have adapted this resource below, by making the questions into revision starters for GCSE lessons. Each starter contains 3 or 4 questions – nice for revising regularly throughout the year. Not just for revision before the exam. 

In due course I shall be adding the answers also.  

Set A

Set A Q01 Set A Q02 Set A Q03 Set A Q04 Set A Q05

Set B

Set B Q06 Set B Q07 Set B Q08 Set B Q09 Set B Q10

Set C

Set C Q11 Set C Q12 Set C Q13 Set C Q14 Set C Q15

Set D

Set D Q16 Set D Q17 Set D Q18 Set D Q19 Set D Q20

Set E

Set E Q21 Set E Q22 Set E Q23 Set E Q24 Set E Q25 Set E Q26

Set F: Set F Q27, Set F Q28, Set F Q29, Set F Q30, Set F Q31

Set G: Set G Q32, Set G Q33, Set G Q34, Set G Q35, Set G Q36, Set G Q37

Set H: Set H Q38, Set H Q39, Set H Q40, Set H Q41, Set H Q42, Set H Q43

Set I: Set I Q44, Set I Q45, Set I Q46, Set I Q47, Set I Q48, Set I Q49, Set I Q50

Set J: Set J Q51, Set J Q52, Set J Q53, Set J Q54, Set J Q55, Set J Q56

Set K: Set K Q57, Set K Q58, Set K Q59, Set K Q60, Set K Q61

Set L: Set L Q62, Set L Q63, Set L Q64, Set L Q65, Set L Q66

Set M: Set M Q67, Set M Q68, Set M Q69, Set M Q70, Set M Q71

Set N: Set N Q72, Set N Q73, Set N Q74, Set N Q75, Set N Q76, Set N Q77

Set O: Set O Q78, Set O Q79, Set O Q80, Set O Q81, Set O Q82, Set O Q83

Set P: Set P Q84, Set P Q85, Set P Q86, Set P Q87, Set P Q88, Set P Q89

Set Q: Set Q Q90, Set Q Q91, Set Q Q92, Set Q Q93, Set Q Q94

Set R: Set R Q95, Set R Q96, Set R Q97, Set R Q98, Set R Q99, Set R Q100


  1. Superb, do the sets get harder as they go on? Are you planning to do a foundation set?

    Comment by lesley wright — March 29, 2008 @ 9:06 pm | Reply

  2. great resorces but most of my classes are foundation
    Pleeeeese can we have some foundation:-
    startes,papers etc

    Comment by bev kloos — February 26, 2009 @ 9:59 am | Reply

  3. Hi Bev, I would love to provide you with Foundation Resources but I do not teach Foundation level and I have major time constraints being a full time teacher with additional responsibilities. If you would like to make some I can always post them here and give you full credit. Or if you find Foundation resources elsewhere on the web please let me know and send me the links so I can put these links on this website. Thanks for your comments.

    Comment by Maths Chick — February 26, 2009 @ 10:47 am | Reply

  4. I hope you got paid for this fantastic for my year 11 class who have just about finished the syllabus

    Comment by martine — January 6, 2010 @ 9:41 am | Reply

  5. Thank you sooooo much, this is really helpfull.

    Comment by Monika — March 31, 2010 @ 11:03 am | Reply

  6. This is great, im definitely going to use that with my classes next year. did you download them from Edexcel ?

    GCSE maths

    Comment by fahad — June 16, 2010 @ 8:26 pm | Reply

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