SchSrch help manual
This should be very simple. tl;dr: type anything you want—keywords, question, subject, etc. Just try it out in the box above. Continue reading if you want to know more detail.
Search syntax for specific paper
This will do a text search, but will also give you hints for syllabus number when your cursor is on the search box.
This shows a subject page, which contains a list of test seasons available for viewing, and some instructions.
<syllabus number> [time indicator] [paper][variant] [type]
Search for papers for the subject you want, limiting your search to a season (if given), and/or limiting your search to a paper or paper-variant (if given), and/or limiting your search to a specific type of stuff (if given, such as qp or ms).
You may simply enter the code in the footer of a paper to search for that paper. Example:
Search syntax for text search
Performs a simple text search. Examples:
It is also useful to search for keywords to quickly review something. Example:
Sometimes (especially when searching for keywords) it is useful to limit the result to a single subject. This can be done by adding the syllabus number before all search terms. Example:
You can also further limit your search to a specific paper number by adding pX after the syllabus code. Example: