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mystic ball GCSE maths best guess predicted paper

Practice and best guess predicted papers for GCSE Maths, expanding to the new GCSE soon. 

It's important to note that any predicted paper from any website is logical and systematic guess work at best and may not be the topics which come up on the actual exam. However, teachers have used their judgement in creating these papers from previous 'typical' topics and also through the process of elimination from paper 1. This is not to say if a topic came up on paper 1 that it can't come up on paper 2 in a different form. 

For example standard form was presented as a calculation on paper 1 2016 Edexcel. This doesn't mean it won't appear on paper 2. You may be asked to do a different type of calculation, convert a number from standard form to an ordinary number or visa versa.

We currently do Edexcel Higher and OCR Foundation so the below papers match that. The worked solutions are now available. 

*Paper 2 Edexcel predicted papers have been deliberately made to be twisty upon the valid request of my students. 

*Warning* All papers are for practice and are a best guess. There is no guarentee any of the topics on the paper will come up. 

Edexcel Higher

Paper 1

 

Paper 1Solutions
Practice Paper 1
 

PAPER 2

 

Paper 2Solutions
Practice Paper 1
(Best Guess I 2016)

 
Practice Paper 2
(Best Guess II 2016)

 

OCR Foundation

PAPER 2

 

Paper 2Solutions

Practice Paper 1
(Best Guess 2016)

 

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