You could try entering a wrong answer, such as '-2', and checkout the feedback. Click the Reset button for another attempt.
You have to log in to do most of the quizzes. By logging in, your answers are saved so that you can review them later and repeat a quiz. You can log in with a visitor account or sign up for your own account.
If you are not familiar with entering answers online you may lose marks. Here is a Practice Quiz to get you started.
The Practice Quiz is a simple introduction to doing a quiz online. It is not a Maths quiz but it includes advice on how to type in answers such as a fraction or a calculation. You are recommended to do it before trying the online tests and PPQ quizzes. Click
Practice Writing Calculations
Just three, simple questions that practise writing calculations. No need to log in. Click
Test Your Skill - Writing Maths Calculations
Online GCSE Maths Tests
The tests are:
Also there is a selection of online Unit 1, 2 and 3 Past Paper Quizzes (PPQs). See what are PPQs.
As with any maths test or exam, most of the questions will require some working out on paper.
When you submit your answers for marking you receive the mark for each question and an overall grade along with feedback and explanation.
Not all the tests and past paper quizzes are free access. See:
Are the Quizzes and PPQs Free?
There are links to the test question papers and all the quizzes on this page. When you click on a quiz link it opens in a new window.
The quiz software requires that you login using either a visitor account or, better, you can create your own account. Your answers are saved so that you can review the answers and feedback later.
More Info If you log in as a visitor remember the username and the attempt number. You can then log in with the same username later and review your answers. You can re-do the quiz as many times as you wish. With a visitor login you need to know the attempt number so that you can locate your previous attempt. Previous attempts are listed at the bottom of the page after you login. To review an attempt, locate it in the list and click the attempt number on the left or the grade on the right.
Test Your Browser's Maths Markup
Check that your web browser can display the maths content of the tests and past paper questions. Some browsers work better than others. Internet Explorer on a laptop and desktop supports maths expressions and equations. But, for best results using Internet Explorer, download the free MathsPlayer plugin. To test your browser and for more detail click here.