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AQA Graham Elsdon Resources
Use these websites to help your revision. Click on the links to open the pages. (Highlighted in Blue)
Mymaths You should already have login details
Method Maths You should already have login details
Centre ID: allsaintsd
Past papers in an excel spreadsheet, shows progress either through a paper or through a topic.
Your booklets have your username and password. Any issues please see Miss Malik.
They say the old ones are the best, and this is still probably the best one-stop place to call in for notes, examples, interactive solutions and questions for you to have a go at yourself. Each question has its level next to it, and you can even download a big revision check-list to make sure you there will be no nasty surprises in the exam. What more could you want in a website?
A fantastic set of videos taking you step by step through GCSE and A Level topics.
Not only are the videos really well presented, but each one comes accompanied by a set of notes and questions for you to try complete with fully worked solutions.
A phenomenal resource. You are very lucky! 🙂
An excellent set of high quality maths revision videos taking you through all the big nasty topics – laws of indices, trigonometry, surds – they are all there, and all explained slowly and clearly.
An excellent revision tool.
Quite a few decent puzzles covering a wide range of topics. Many puzzles rely on the use of “matching things”. Good for a quick revision of topics, and it shouldn’t give you too much of a headache.
I know that doing a maths puzzle may not seem like the best way to spend 20 minutes, but if you do one puzzle a day off this site, it’ll do you a lot more good than reading over your textbook again and again.
These puzzles teach you how to think and solve problems, which are essential skills for success at maths.
Each puzzle comes complete with a worked answer. This site might just help you enjoy your maths more, so I would give it a go.
Has a variety of different very useful topic and information resources, aimed at both pupils and parents
General Revision Guidance
Please remember you need to complete your ITQ coursework. All four units must be complete including: Powerpoint Presentations, Improving Productivity, Spreadsheet Software and Word Processing task. This can be done from home using your individual robust username and password at the following link www.itq-training.co.uk.
http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/languages/gcse (for exam & grammar practice and vocabulary list)
https://revisionworld.com/ (for exam paper practice; it includes mark schemes)
https://www.bbc.com/education/subjects/zhsvr82 (useful vocab and clips to practise with)
https://www.memrise.com/ (excellent vocabulary building/memorising website)
https://lyricstraining.com/ (if you enjoy practising listening with songs)
http://www.languagesonline.org.uk (for reading & grammar practice)
Paper 1: Listening 25% Listening to passages & responding to questions
Paper 2: Speaking 25% (April 30th –May 2nd) Role play, photo card & short conversation
Paper 3: Reading 25% Reading texts & responding to questions & translation
Paper 4: Writing 25% Writing sentences and texts in foreign language and translation
Conflict and Tension 1894-1918
Paper 1 Revision Resources
Conflict and Tension 1894-1918
USA – Opportunity and Inequality
Paper 2 Revision Resources
Health and the People, c1000 to present day
Norman England 1066-c1100
Topics – UK Landscapes – Rivers and Coasts / Weather Hazards and Climate Change / Ecosystems, Biodiversity and Management.
Topics – Changing Cities / Global Development / Managing Resources – Water.
Fieldwork Investigations / UK Challenges
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