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1) GCSE Foundation Edexcel Past Papers
Series
Paper
Exam Paper
Mark Scheme
2020 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2019 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2018 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2017 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2017 Autumn
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
Sample Assessment
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
GCSE Foundation Edexcel Past Papers
2) GCSE Higher Edexcel Past Papers
Series
Paper
Exam Paper
Mark Scheme
2020 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2019 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2018 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2017 Summer
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
2017 Autumn
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
Sample Assessment
Paper 1 Non Calc
Paper 2 Calc
Paper 3 Calc
GCSE Higher Edexcel Past Papers
3) Key Info for 2023 GCSE Edexcel Exams

When is the Edexcel GCSE maths exam?

Provisionally, paper 1 is on Friday 19th May 2023, paper 2 is on Tuesday 6th June 2023 and paper 3 is on Wednesday 14th June 2023. The higher tier and foundation tier exams take place at the same time.

What grade do you need to pass GCSE maths?

A grade 4 is deemed a standard pass, while a grade 5 is a strong pass.

What grade do you need to study A level maths?

Most sixth forms require a grade 7 at GCSE to enrol on an A level maths course, though it is ultimately at the sixth form's discretion.

How many exams do you sit for Edexcel GCSE maths?

Three. Each paper is 90 minutes long. Each paper is 80 marks and comprises a third of your final maths grade.

Is there coursework for GCSE Edexcel maths?

No.

Can you use a calculator for the GCSE maths exam?

Paper 1 is non-calculator, paper 2 and paper 3 are calculator papers.

Key Infor for 2023 GCSE Edexcel Exam
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