GCSE Results Day falls on Thursday (August 22) this year.

A historic day for millions of students can evoke a lot of joy or other emotions depending on the result.

But pupils who take their results then see what the future holds for them next, whether it’s college, sixth form or getting a job in the grown-up world.

Now, for most of us, sitting GCSEs would have been a very long time ago. So you think you still have it?

TikTok user @mmerevise, who has 22,000 followers, asked: “Are you smarter than a level 9 GCSE maths student?” He then revealed the “impossible” GCSE quiz.

In the two-minute clip, the user shared 10 questions to see if you have what it takes. Students should be able to answer them, but can you?

Below are the questions, but just remember in the video that the answers will be given immediately…

- What is 9+2×4?
- What is 3,496 rounded to three significant figures?
- If x=k/y, what type of relationship connects x and y?
- Which graph should Chloe draw to help her calculate the probability?
- What two columns do you need to add to the table to estimate the mean?
- What is sin (60)?
- If all corners of a quadrilateral shape touch a circle, what is it known as?
- There are 100 centimeters in 1 meter, but how many square centimeters are there in 1 square meter?
- X squared plus y squared equals 16 is the equation of a graph of what shape?
- The term under the square root in the quadratic formula is b squared minus what?

How well do you think you did? If you’re stumped, don’t worry, we’ve got the answers for you below…

- 17
- 3.50
- Converse
- Tree diagram
- Center and center X frequency
- Just 3 over 2
- Cyclic quadrilateral
- 10,000 cm
- Circle
- B square – 4ac

After sharing the video, it garnered 670 likes and dozens of comments. One person said, “I got a 6/10,” while another added, “7.10.”

Meanwhile, other users thought it was too easy. Someone posted: “10/10.” Then another commented, “This is easy stuff, not grade 9.”

A third joked, “I’m a college student and I respond to all of this competitively.”