## PixL PapersI've had to put the PixL papers on a password protected page. The password is the same as our Mymaths password,
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## Medal PapersThese are brand new for summer 2015. They are all questions from non-calculator and calculator papers.
The easiest questions 1, 2, 3, etc are on Bronze 1, then the next easiest on Bronze 2, and so on all the way up to Gold 4. You'll find that some topics repeat within a paper, sometimes very closely together. The files for the non-calculator papers also contain mark schemes, subject reports, performance data for students achieving grades A*-E and, with some trepidation, suggested grade boundaries. They're only for fun and not to be taken seriously. There will also no doubt be some mistakes! Bronze 1 Bronze 2 Bronze 3 Bronze 4 If you're aiming for a C, then you probably need to Silver 1 have a go at all the Bronze and Silver papers Silver 2 Silver 3 Silver 4 Gold 1 If you're aiming for a higher grade, then you probably Gold 2 need to have a go at a bit of everything as there is no Gold 3 point in getting the hard marks and not being able to Gold 4 do the easier stuff on the Bronze papers! Gold plus Click here to download ALL 13 papers to your computer in 1 go! The calculator papers below do not have mark schemes, but are still well worth doing. Bring your answers in to school and your maths teacher will mark them I'm sure! The files in the zip file below DO have the mark schemes now! Bronze 1 Bronze 2 Bronze 3 Bronze 4 Silver 1 Silver 2 Silver 3 Silver 4 Gold 1 Gold 2 Gold 3 Gold 4 Gold plus Click here to download ALL 13 papers to your computer in 1 go! ## Special types of paper!QWC papers - Functional Questions that require Written Communication!
Higher non-calc Higher calc Practice questions that require workings non-calc Practice questions that require workings calc AO2 paper - Testing if students are able to apply mathematical methods in a range of contexts Higher non-calc Higher calc AO3 paper - Problem solving papers Higher non-calc Higher calc AO2 and AO3 papers - A mix of the above two types of paper Higher non-calc Higher calc |
## Edexcel Higher PapersNovember 2013 Higher non-calc
November 2013 Higher non-calc mark scheme November 2013 Higher calc November 2013 Higher calc mark scheme November 2013 Higher examiners report June 2013 Higher non-calc June 2013 Higher non-calc mark scheme June 2013 Higher calc June 2013 Higher calc mark scheme June 2103 Higher examiners report March 2013 Higher non-calc March 2013 Higher non-calc mark scheme March 2013 Higher calc March 2013 Higher calc mark scheme March 2013 Examiners report November 2012 Higher non-calc November 2012 Higher non-calc mark scheme November 2012 Higher calc November 2012 Higher calc mark scheme June 2012 Higher non-calc June 2012 Higher non-calc scheme June 2012 Higher calc June 2012 Higher calc mark scheme March 2012 Higher non-calc March 2012 Higher non-calc mark scheme March 2012 Higher calc March 2012 Higher calc mark scheme June 2011 Higher non-calc June 2011 Higher non-calc mark scheme June 2011 Higher calc June 2011 Higher calc mark scheme Edexcel mock Higher non-calc Edexcel mock Higher calc ## See how it's done (or almost done!)This are students actual exam papers. We got them remarked as they were on a borderline. Have a look and see if you could add a few marks to their paper to get the higher grade!
Almost a C Just enough for a C Another low C This is almost enough for a B Enough marks for an A Almost enough for an A* ## Papers made up from hard questionsOnly try these if you're aiming for an A*, A or a B.
A very hard Higher non-calc Mark scheme for the above non-calc A very hard Higher calc Mark scheme for the above calc The questions included in these papers are made up from questions where less than 10% of students achieved full marks, so they're aimed at our high fliers! Hard Higher 1A - non-calc - NEW FEATURE! Hard Higher 1B - calc - NEW FEATURE! Hard Higher 2A - non-calc- NEW FEATURE! Hard Higher 2B - calc- NEW FEATURE! Each question has the percentage of students achieving various totals on each question. Mark schemes to follow, but ask your teachers to mark them! |