Here you will find all our GCSE probability worksheets for secondary schools.

What can you expect from the probability worksheets?

The free probability worksheets comprise functional and applied reasoning questions, practice questions, exam style questions and word problems.

These printable maths worksheets are suitable for use as part of GCSE maths revision for all major exam boards including Edexcel, AQA and OCR.

Designed to be used within our step-by-step GCSE maths revision lessons.

Mark scheme and answers included for every free probability worksheet.

Algebra

Geometry

Number

Probability

Ratio and Proportion

Statistics

Mixed

Algebraic expressions

Simplifying expressions

Expanding brackets

Factorising

Equations

Solving equations

Rearranging equations

Simultaneous equations

Maths formulas

Interpreting graphs

Types of graphs

Inequalities

Sequences

Functions in algebra

Laws of indices

Mathematical proof

2D Shapes

Polygons

Symmetry

Area

How to work out perimeter

Circles, sectors and arcs

Angles

Angle rules

Angles in polygons

Angles in parallel lines

3D shapes

How to calculate volume

Prism

Cuboid

Triangular prism

Sphere

Hemisphere shape

Cone

Cylinder

Pyramid

Pythagoras theorem

Trigonometry

Circle theorems

Vectors

Loci And Construction

Transformations

Congruence and similarity

Arithmetic

Rounding numbers

Factors, multiples and primes

Negative numbers

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Fractions

Decimals

Percentages

Comparing fractions decimals and percentages

Powers and roots

Standard form

Simple interest and compound interest

Types of numbers

Surds

Describing probability

Probability distribution

How to calculate probability

Combined events probability

Ratio

Proportion

Compound measures

Best buy maths

Scale maths

Units of measurement

Conversion graphs

Rate of change

Types of data

Mean, median, mode

Representing data

Frequency table

Cumulative frequency

Histogram

Types of sampling methods

Simple probability questions make use of the probability scale in order to answer basic probability word problems.

Counters, spinners and playing cards are often used in probability questions and venn diagrams and probability tree diagrams can be used to work out the probability dependent and independent events. Sample space diagrams are useful ways to list all possible outcomes. Probabilities are often written as fractions or decimals.

Questions encourage students to compare the similarities and differences between the theoretical probability and the experimental probability of something happening i.e. how many times something actually happened in real life.

You can find further GCSE maths resources within these step by step Probability lessons.

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