GCSE maths revision resources and guides


A comprehensive collection of GCSE guides and resources.

Looking for ways to help boost your GCSE knowledge? You’ve come to the right place!

Our GCSE maths resources hub provides you with support and advice to help you continue your learning, accelerate your progress and build your confidence. Discover free expert resources that can help you cover all the content and key skills needed for GCSE.

Free GCSE maths resources

Check out our collection of GCSE resources, covering a range of topics for the maths exam…

GCSE student raising her hand

Guide to dealing with GCSE results anxiety

Looking for parent advice on how to deal with exam result anxiety? We share some insights from a parent and educational professional.

Students practicing their 11 Plus vocabulary with an Explore tutor

Guide to GCSE results and beyond

Learn about GCSE results, the mark schema and what to do if things don’t go to plan.

How to pass GCSE maths

Find tips and tricks on passing your GCSE maths exam. 

The ultimate guide to GCSE maths

Discover all you need to know about the GCSE exams with our ultimate guide.

The complete GCSE maths revision guide

Be prepared for the GCSEs with our ultimate GCSE guide to maths revision.

Parent talking to anxious child

The ultimate guide to GCSE wellbeing

Overwhelmed by GCSE anxiety? Learn the importance of a healthy mindset, how to combat exam stress and manage anxiety surrounding GCSE exams and results day.

Teacher overseeing GCSE preparation

When to start GCSE preparation

In this guide, we explore when is the best time to start GCSE exam preparation, alongside some handy revision tips and advice.

Best GCSE maths apps and websites

Get prepared for your GCSE maths exams with these GCSE maths apps and websites to help with your revision!

GCSE maths exam boards explained

What’s the difference between different GCSE exam boards? Learn everything you need to know about exam boards in our handy guide!

Students taking their GCSEs

How to Succeed in GCSEs: Student’s Guide

We’ve pulled together some tips from some of our expert tutors to help you do your best in your GCSE exams!

Finding the best GCSE revision resources

With GCSEs being a big part of secondary school life, we’ve created a range of comprehensive guides, resources and expert advice to support you at home, help you stay on track, make progress and boost your confidence. As well as tips to help the whole family navigate revision and exam season.


We are in the process of expanding this section, adding new resources every month! 

Keep an eye out for our upcoming resources on:

  • Key dates
  • Exam boards and the mark scheme
  • Maths revision topics, techniques and tools
  • Maths practice exam questions and worksheets
  • Results day and beyond
  • Dealing with exam stress and anxiety
  • Exam tips
  • Practice papers
  • Revision cards
  • Revision timetables
  • Functional skills
  • Problem solving activities
  • GCSE revision worksheets
  • GCSE revision apps
  • GCSE revision websites
  • GCSE revision notes
  • GCSE maths questions and answers

What are the GCSEs?

GCSEs (General Certificates of Secondary Education) are the main qualifications taken by 14- to 16-year-olds in schools and colleges in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. 

Chosen subjects are studied over two years with final exams taking place in Year 11. After completing their qualifications, school students are then able to decide whether they want to leave school education or continue studying towards A-level qualifications. 

For many 16-year-olds in the UK, GCSEs are an occasion when they transition from childhood to young adulthood. They are a common entryway into the job market for numerous others, making use of the application as a springboard into a completely new field of knowledge.

How can I help my child with GCSE revision?

Going it alone can feel overwhelming. If you need more support, an experienced GCSE tutor can help to fill in knowledge gaps and help you master maths techniques. 


Find out how we can support you or your child through our GCSE maths tuition.