GCSE Maths OCR Past Papers

OCR GCSE Maths (9-1) (New SPEC)

GCSE Maths Predicted Papers

Maths Made Easy - Predicted Paper Mock Exams 2019

June 2018

Higher - Paper 1
Higher - Paper 2
Higher - Paper 3
Foundation - Paper 1
Foundation - Paper 2
Foundation - Paper 3
GCSE Maths Revision Cards

GCSE Maths Revision Cards

  • All major GCSE maths topics covered
  • Higher and foundation
  • All exam boards - AQA, OCR, Edexcel, WJEC.
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November 2017

Higher - Paper 1
Higher - Paper 2
Higher - Paper 3
Foundation - Paper 1
Foundation - Paper 2
Foundation - Paper 3

June 2017

Higher - Paper 1
Higher - Paper 2
Higher - Paper 3
Foundation - Paper 1
Foundation - Paper 2
Foundation - Paper 3

Sample Assessment Material

Set 1

Set 2

Foundation Paper 1
Foundation Paper 2
Foundation paper 3

Specification

OCR A Higher Unit A (Old Specification)

June 2016 Unit A
November 2015 Unit A
June 2015 Unit A
November 2014 Unit A
June 2014 Unit A
November 2013 Unit A
June 2013 Unit A
January 2013 Unit A
November 2012 Unit A
June 2012 Unit A
January 2012 Unit A
GCSE Maths Revision Cards

GCSE Maths Revision Cards

  • All major GCSE maths topics covered
  • Higher and foundation
  • All exam boards - AQA, OCR, Edexcel, WJEC.
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OCR A Foundation Unit A (Old Specification)

June 2016 Unit A
November 2015 Unit A
June 2015 Unit A
November 2014 Unit A
June 2014 Unit A
November 2013 Unit A
June 2013 Unit A
January 2013 Unit A
November 2012 Unit A
June 2012 Unit A
January 2012 Unit A

OCR A Higher Unit B (Old Specification)

June 2016 Unit B
November 2015 Unit B
June 2015 Unit B
November 2014 Unit B
June 2014 Unit B
November 2013 Unit B
June 2013 Unit B
January 2013 Unit B
November 2012 Unit B
June 2012 Unit B
January 2012 Unit B

OCR A Foundation Unit B (Old Specification)

June 2016 Unit B
November 2015 Unit B
June 2015 Unit B
November 2014 Unit B
June 2014 Unit B
November 2013 Unit B
June 2013 Unit B
January 2013 Unit B
November 2012 Unit B
June 2012 Unit B
January 2012 Unit B

OCR A Higher Unit C (Old Specification)

June 2016 Unit C
November 2015 Unit C
June 2015 Unit C
November 2014 Unit C
June 2014 Unit C
November 2013 Unit C
June 2013 Unit C
January 2013 Unit C
November 2012 Unit C
June 2012 Unit C

OCR A Foundation Unit C (Old Specification)

June 2016 Unit C
November 2015 Unit C
June 2015 Unit C
November 2014 Unit C
June 2014 Unit C
November 2013 Unit C
June 2013 Unit C
January 2013 Unit C
November 2012 Unit C
June 2012 Unit C

OCR B Foundation Paper 1 (Old Specification)

June 2016 Paper 1
November 2015 Paper 1
June 2015 Paper 1
November 2014 Paper 1
June 2014 Paper 1
November 2013 Paper 1
March 2013 Paper 1
June 2013 Paper 1
November 2012 Paper 1
June 2012 Paper 1

OCR B Foundation Paper 2 (Old Specification)

June 2016 Paper 2
November 2015 Paper 2
June 2015 Paper 2
November 2014 Paper 2
June 2014 Paper 2
November 2013 Paper 2
March 2013 Paper 2
June 2013 Paper 2
November 2012 Paper 2
June 2012 Paper 2

OCR B Higher Paper 3 (Old Specification)

June 2016 Paper 3
November 2015 Paper 3
June 2015 Paper 3
November 2014 Paper 3
June 2014 Paper 3
November 2013 Paper 3
March 2013 Paper 3
June 2013 Paper 3
November 2012 Paper 3
June 2012 Paper 3

OCR B Higher Paper 4 (Old Specification)

June 2016 Paper 4
November 2015 Paper 4
June 2015 Paper 4
November 2014 Paper 4
June 2014 Paper 4
November 2013 Paper 4
March 2013 Paper 4
June 2013 Paper 4
November 2012 Paper 4
June 2012 Paper 4

OCR GCSE Maths Grade Boundaries

OCR GCSE Maths Specification at a Glance

 OCR GCSE maths assessment overview

Students are entered for either foundation tier (paper 01, paper 02 and paper 03) or higher tier (paper 04, paper 05 and paper 06).

Key features of the OCR GCSE maths specification

There are 100 marks per paper, giving OCR a large scope for awarding method marks within questions which is why it is always so important for students to show working out, especially in longer mark questions.

The OCR spec is designed to cover the core concepts of the GCSE first before more difficult topics and complex areas are then introduced further into the specification.

Mathematical formulae are provided directly in each question when relevant.

Foundation tier (grades 5 to 1)

Paper 01 – J560/01 (Calculator permitted)

 ·         100 marks

·          1 hour 30 mins

·         33⅓% of the GCSE mark

Paper 02 – J560/02 (Calculator not permitted)

 ·         100 marks

·         1 hour 30 mins

·         33⅓% of the GCSE mark

Paper 03 – J560/03 (Calculator permitted)

·         100 marks

·         1 hour 30 mins

·         33⅓% of the GCSE mark

Higher tier (grades 9 to 4)

Paper 04 – J560/04 (Calculator permitted)

 ·         100 marks

·         1 hour 30 mins

·         33⅓% of the GCSE mark

Paper 05 – J560/05 (Calculator not permitted)

 ·         100

·         1 hour 30 mins

·         33⅓% of the GCSE mark

Paper 06 – J560/06 (Calculator permitted)

·         100 marks

·         1 hour 30 mins

·         33⅓% of the GCSE mark

GCSE maths topics covered in the GCSE maths Edexcel 9-1 specification

Topic Name
TOPIC
TOPIC
3D Pythagoras and Trigonometry
Algebraic Fractions
Areas of Circles and Circle Segments
Areas of Shapes
Bearings
Bidmas/Bodmas
Bounds and Truncation
Box Plots
Circle Graphs and Tangents
Circle Theorems
Completing the Square
Compound Growth and Decay
Congruent Shapes
Conversions
Coordinates and Ratios
Cumulative Frequency
Data Sampling and Questionnaires
Density Mass Volume
Direct and Inverse Proportion
Distance-Time Graphs
Drawing Straight Line Graphs
Estimating
Factorising (Foundation)
Factorising Harder Quadratics
Factorising Quadratics
Fractions and Recurring Decimals
Fractions Grades 1-4
Frequency Tables
Frustums
Functions
Geometry Problems Foundation
Gradients of Straight Line Graphs
Graph Transformations
Graphical Inequalities
Histograms
Inequalities On a Number Line and Solving Inequalities
Interior and Exterior Angles
Iterative Methods
Loci and Construction
Mean, Median, Mode and Range
Multiplying and Dividing
Multiplying Out Single and Double Brackets
Multiplying Out Triple Brackets
Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Percentages
Plotting Quadratic and Harder Graphs
Powers and Roots
Pressure Force Area
Prime Factors LCM HCF
Probability and Tree Diagrams
Projections, Plans and Elevations
Proof
Pythagoras
Quadratic Inequalities
Quadratic Sequences
Ratios
Real Live Graphs
Rearranging Formulas
Rounding Numbers
Rules of Indices
Scatter Graphs
Sequences and Nth Term (Linear)
Sets and Venn Diagrams
Similar Shapes and Enlargements
Simultaneous Equations
Sine and Cosine Rule
Sin, cos and tan Graphs
Solving Equations (Foundation)
Solving Quadratics By Factorisation
Speed Distance Time
Standard Form
Surds
Surface Area
The Quadratic Formula
Transformations
Trigonometry
Turning Points of Quadratic Graphs
Vectors
Velocity-Time Graphs
Volumes of 3D shapes
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