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Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by arsinh, Mar 31, 2011.
the website used to be www.solomon-press.com
I think it is an ex-website
It appears not - the Internet Archive last indexed the page in 2009 and it now is defunct - unless anyone knows better.
This was the same issue I had!
Any other possibilities to source them that people know of?
The author of Solomon Papers is Shaun Armstrong who is also author of the Churchill GCSE Practice Papers - see
And now the solutions are all over the internet and sadly, my students are using them for their assignments.
Everything is on the Internet now, even the 2010 and 2011 Year 9 Optional SATs and their markschemes. But I have a cunning plan...
We had thought we had cunning plans - until someone answered part c of a question which only had parts a and b in the test we gave!
Personally I think students having the mark schemes is beneficial.
There are loads of other resources you could use for formal assessments/assignments right? If kids are copying then there (IMO) is an issue with the culture of the students.
If you are on Edexcel try their new Gold/Silver/Bronze papers which IMO are better.