AQE and GL Practice Papers.
CCEA Style GCSE Maths Papers
Welcome to On Target Resources. We are Martin and Clare Rimmer and we are the teacher/directors of On Target Tuition in Lisburn. On Target Tuition has been teaching children aged 6 to 16 in English and Maths since 2007. We also write and sell our own specially written Transfer Test practice papers and GCSE Maths practice papers. If you have any questions about On Target Resources please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LCOVID 19 UPDATE – In order to help parents home school their children in these challenging times we have slashed the prices of all our PDF Transfer Test Papers, Revision Books and GCSE Maths Papers by 20%.
Please click on the links above to find the resource you are looking for. All our practice papers and revision books are written by qualified, experienced teachers. Our mission has been to create practice papers that replicate the real past papers to give students the chance to practise the style of questioning that they will find in the actual exams.
If your child is currently in P6 and is just starting their Transfer Test journey, we highly recommend that you start off with our AQE and GL Revision Books. These have been written especially to revise topics in the AQE and GL tests before tackling past papers and practice papers. They are easy to use and full of teaching tips and quizzes based on actual past paper questions to get your child used to the style of questioning. These are updated every year to include any new topics that have appeared in the previous year’s AQE papers. This year we have added rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 and diagonal symmetry.
It is vital for GCSE students to practice questions in the style and layout of the actual tests. Our CCEA Style GCSE practice papers are based on the new (M) 2 tier curriculum and are the only one of their kind on the market at the moment. They are an excellent resource to use in the run up to the exams to check for knowledge and establish where the gaps in learning might be.