This is an Excel spreadsheet that randomly generates a new set of questions each time the F9 button is pressed.
It is designed so your students start each lesson with the same questions but different numbers. By regularly revisiting the same questions over a period of time, your students are more likely to retain their ability than if they do a set of questions and then move on to the next topic.
To ensure the qustions are approriate for your set, every question can be selected or deselected using drop down boxes. There are 41 questions, many of which have sub questions.
I keep a copy of this spreadsheet for each of my classes, it ensures that the correct questions are presented to the students and saves me a lot of time.
The file was originally developed without answers to cover the UK GCSE syllabus though it covers a much wider range. As a result of the following review I spent some time adding answers to the file and the total development time now stands at approximately 180 hours, I hope you will appreciate this is a fairly comprehensive file.
This spreadsheet was awarded 'Maths Resource of the Week' on the Times Educational Supplement website, here is the review;