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GCSE Math Lesson 4 - Ratios Answers

The grade boundaries and answers for the GCSE math exam style questions on Ratios can both be found below. Use this as a great opportunity to understand what grade you are working at and how confident you feel with Ratios. If there were any question(s) that you were unable to answer, do not jump straight away to the answers, because there is a very useful page 2 in the mark scheme. On Page 2 of the mark scheme, you will find the GCSE Maths Target lesson(s) that will help to answer the question(s). We recommend you re-watch the educational video tutorial(s) and/or have a go answering the practice and exam style questions for that lesson(s). This will help you to understand where you went wrong and better prepare you for your GCSE math exams by remembering the concept(s) and/or method(s) taught in the lesson(s). Practice makes perfect!

Grade Boundaries - Exam Style Questions

The grade boundaries for the GCSE math exam style questions on Ratios can be found in the table below. Please bear in mind, these grade boundaries provide a rough guide on the grade you are working at and do not necessary reflect your overall grade. Remember, the GCSE math exam papers will be made up of several different math topics.

14 - 15
9 - 11
7 - 8
3 - 4
1 - 2

Answers - Exam Style Questions

The answers for the GCSE math exam style questions on Ratios can be found in the booklet below. Check your answers against the mark scheme to see where you have gained marks and/or lost marks. For some questions, there may be more than one way to solve the question. Therefore, use this as a learning opportunity to understand how you can solve the same question using another method, which may be quicker and/or easier for you to interpret. Finally, look closely where the marks are awarded and learn how you can exceed your Maths Target.

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