The GCSE Latin exam consists of 3 parts: Language (papers 1 and 2), Literature (paper 3) and Roman Sources (paper 4).
There are no commercially available revision materials, but the Cambridge Latin Course has resources which you will find useful. In particular, there is a vocabulary tester (designed for the WJEC exam, but almost exactly the same as the OCR exam), and self-directed questions / answers on the set texts Regulus and the Witches of Thessaly. Links to these sites are given below.
The GCSE requires you to answer English questions in English on a Latin passage (comprehension), and translate Latin into English.
Vocabulary tester can be found at www.cambridgescp.com/singles/wjec/voc.html
Comparison of Adjectives and adverbs: Year 10 revision sheets comparison of adjectives and adverbs
Adjectives and adverbs: Year 10 revision sheets adjectives
Regular verbs (Active): Year 10 revision sheets regular verbs active
Regular verbs (Passive): Year 10 revision sheets regular verbs passive
Irregular verbs: Year 10 irregular verbs
hic and ille: Demonstrative adjectives
Direct Commands and prohibitions: Direct Commands and Prohibtions
Indirect Commands: Indirect Commands
Direct Question: Direct questions
Indirect Question: Indirect questions
Indirect Statement (reported speech)
Purpose Clauses – ut + subjunctive: Purpose Clauses
Result Clauses: signpost word + ut + subjunctive
Ablative Absolute: Ablative Absolutes
Conditionals (si / nisi – if / unless)
Verbs of fearing (timeo + ne)
cum + subjunctive = since or when
Time Clauses: ubi (when), postquam (after), simulac / simulatque (as soon as )
Witches of Thessaly