Here you will find all the free practice GCSE maths papers and GCSE maths past papers from Third Space Learning.

What can you expect from the GCSE maths papers?

Each set contains three level GCSE mathematics exam papers: Paper 1 (non-calculator), Paper 2 (calculator), Paper 3 (calculator).

Practice GCSE maths papers written by examiners with mark schemes so you can monitor progress against grade boundaries.

Set 1a and Set 1b GCSE level maths past papers based on the GCSE Advanced Information 2022. Set 2 onwards based on GCSE maths past exam papers and each exam board specification. Set 3 contains bespoke RAG analysis spreadsheets.

Question papers match the specification of the three most popular GCSE maths exam boards: Edexcel, AQA and OCR. Also useful for WJEC GCSE maths, CCEA, CIE and Edexcel IGCSE maths courses.

1. Follow all the instructions

Take your time reading the instructions and questions carefully

Check the number of marks awarded for each question

2. Ensure you have the correct equipment

Check if it is a calculator or non-calculator paper

Make sure you use a pencil for drawings

3. Show your working and check your answers

Check if you need to include units or round to a degree of accuracy

Double check your answers to check if they are reasonable

4. Use the mark scheme

Familiarise yourself with the exam format, including mark distribution

Identify areas for improvement and use your revision time to focus on these

5. Manage your exam anxiety

Familiarise yourself with the exam format and style

Double check the dates and times of your exams

Follow the links below for more higher tier and foundation tier papers that align with the relevant exam boards.

AQA Maths Papers & Past Papers

Edexcel Maths Papers & Past Papers

OCR Maths Papers & Past Papers