We've combined a searchable database of questions with tools to help you produce professionally formatted exercises.
...an extremely useful way of gathering topics together. Staff use this often when preparing topics and for focused revision.
- A M Kerr
Holy Cross High School
400+ SQA Higher questions
Contains every Higher question from 1989 to 2002, with marking instructions included.
Instantly find all questions on a certain topic - ideal for making targetted homework or revision exercises.
Download and print
Pick the questions you want, and download them in PDF format for printing.
Teachers have already created hundreds of exercises with Quest. What's more, it's completely free!
The power of Quest is being able to draw on literally hundreds of high-quality questions.
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Additional question bank
Over 300 past Higher questions from 1989-1999.
SQA Past Papers
From 2000-2002, with more recent papers being added soon.
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You can search by unit, outcome, or even an individual content statement - just make your selection from the drop-down boxes.
You can also narrow down the results by
Alongside each question, you'll find important information at a glance, such as the topics covered.
You can also toggle the marking instructions for each question.
Quest is really simple to use and makes it quick to prepare a worksheet for homework.
We use it to make up our own exercises, and they look really professional.
- M T Fyfe
Hutchesons' Grammar School
Pick questions from the search results - just click on the questions you want.
Save your selection into one of your existing lists, or to a brand new one.
Rearrange the questions just by "dragging and dropping".
Download a PDF of your questions, ready for printing.
This can also include all the marking instructions.
You can choose to share any of your lists - either with any other user of Quest, or just other users in your own department.
Browse shared lists from others in your department, or from all other users.
You can even take a copy of the shared list, and make your own changes.
This could help your department to work collaboratively on a prelim or test, or just share exercises for use with Higher classes.
We are providing Quest as a free resource for Maths teachers. All you need to do is sign your department up for the free trial of HSN extra.