Mathematics

This video focuses on how mark schemes are developed in GCSE Mathematics. It covers the principles that underpin Maths mark schemes, including how marks are allocated to be fair to all students. We look at how a mark scheme for a problem-solving question is created and refined and how some questions need a very different approach.

Questions you may want to think about

  • How can you use these insights to prepare your learners for exams?
  • Do your internal assessments reflect the approach of the exam? To what extent do you want them to?
  • What’s the most important or surprising thing that you’ve learned? How might it influence your teaching?

Mark scheme guidance and application

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20 June

A-level Maths: Mark scheme guidance and application
Location: eLearning

This AQA on-demand course will give expert instruction from a senior AQA examiner in how to apply mark schemes to key question types as well as providing the opportunity to take part in marking activities.As pa...
This AQA on-demand course will give expert instruction from a senior AQA examiner in how to apply mark schemes to key question typ...

Reference: MATAOE3

20 June

GCSE Mathematics: Mark scheme guidance and application
Location: eLearning

This AQA on-demand course will give expert instruction from a senior AQA examiner in how to apply mark schemes to key question types as well as providing the opportunity to take part in marking activities. As p...
This AQA on-demand course will give expert instruction from a senior AQA examiner in how to apply mark schemes to key question typ...

Reference: MATGOE1

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