## Two Way Tables Worksheet - GCSE - Exam Practice

by Tristanjones

- 4.637 reviews

A worksheet to practice exam style questions on two way tables. Recently edexcel have been asking questions on two way tables that don't actually have a two way table drawn. This worksheet begin with them drawn out but dispenses of them at the end for them to be drawn by themselves.

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### 37 Reviews

- 5apositron845 days agoReport
Excellent. I was trying to figure out how to fill 75 minutes on this with a top set year 8 class. The "create your own table" questions will challenge them.

- 4vikkibushell6 months agoReport

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- Jan 5, 2012
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- Jan 20, 2015
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