Looking for some HSC Maths past papers to practise your skills and apply your knowledge for Standard, Advanced or Extension Maths?

You’ve come to right place!

We’ve collated HSC Maths past papers for Standard Maths, Advanced Maths, Extension 1 Maths and Extension 2 Maths from the past decade to ensure you get enough practice and feel prepared when exam time comes around!

Tip:Practise under timed exam conditions to really test yourself and mark with the marking guidelines provided afterwards to see where you could improve! Learn how this technique can benefit youhere.

So, what are you waiting for? Dig in!

What should you do in preparation for the exams?

HSC Standard Maths

HSC Advanced Maths

HSC Extension 1 Maths

HSC Extension 2 Maths

**What should you do in preparation for the exams?**

Well, it depends on where you are in your HSC journey — are you weeks away from exams or you’re just having a peek at what to expect when you sit them at the end of the year?

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**If you’ve only started the Year 12 syllabus…**

Then now’s the time to start building up your study notes. Of course you’ll have the formula sheet (Standard 1 & 2 or Advanced, Extension 1 & 2) during the actual exam, but there are going to be so many different types of questions you’ll need to answer and the formula sheet is only a guide to help you out.

**As you cover each topic, you should have notes that detail how to answer particular questions and have various examples.** Ideally, you’ll want to have topic summaries that make sense to you so that when you attempt a past paper, you can go over any errors and look back on your notes and understand areas you need to improve on.

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herefor some other tips on working towards a Band 6 in HSC Maths! We’ve also got some tipsherefor familiarising yourself with your scientific calculator — which you’ll no doubt be using in the exam.

**If you’re a few weeks away from sitting your exam…**

You’re already doing well! Look at you checking out past papers to prepare for the big day.

It’s crunch time, so now you need to check that you’ve got a great understanding of all the topics that you’ll be assessed on. **Identify any of your weaknesses and work on filling in those knowledge gaps!**

Get that additional exposure to questions you’re not too familiar with by **going over textbook questions**. Then once you feel like you’ve got a bit more confidence, **work on a past paper.**

Don’t forget to actually **mark it and go over the solutions,** so you know which areas you need to work on.

For a more detailed study plan to get you fully prepared for exam day,

check out our article here for Standard Mathsandthis one for Advanced Maths!

Now that you know how to prepare for your exams, it’s time to get started on those HSC Maths past papers!

**Standard Maths **

**Advanced Maths**

**Extension 1 Maths**

**Extension 2 Maths**

Aiming for a Band 6 in Standard or Advanced Maths? Check out our tips to scoring one

here!

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