Topic Tests for OCR Cambridge Nationals (Sport Studies)

Provided in write-on and non-write on – ideal for reuse!

Put progress at the heart of your assessment strategy with these progressive topic tests.

7–11 cleverly structured write-on tests for Unit R051 and Unit R052 are great for summative assessments; in-class, for revision or as homeworks!

The tests are relevant and all aspects of the AO's have been covered with the intended focus...

...Questions are specific and the learner should understand what is expected from their answers.

L Shanahan, PE Teacher & Peer Reviewer

Straightforward structure with clear and focused questions…

  • Range of question styles – from multiple choice to short- and long-answer questions – perfect preparation for the exam and assignments
  • Real-life sporting applications – provide full appreciation of the link between theory and practice
  • Detailed answers and mark allocations – great for peer- and self-assessment!

Tests carefully designed to last for 30 to 45 mins each!

What do teachers say about this resource? (10371)

The repetition of questions in different guises is effective as a learning tool and practice method. It provides variable practice which will benefit the students when they sit the exam. The addition of mental disabilities, such as autism, is useful as broadens the student’s definition of what disability means. Useful practice. I like the way in which the different sections have a synoptic element... This encourages the students to think more broadly and continue to focus on all of the course elements.

J Cherrington, Head of PE & Peer Reviewer

Good quality resource which is suitable for the target audience... Content is suitable for the level of learner, as well as the R051 qualification. The content of the resource is specific to the unit and all learning outcomes are covered. The tests are relevant and all aspects of the AO's have been covered with the intended focus. Questions are suitable for the purpose of the resource... testing knowledge and understanding. In most cases, the questions are specific and the learner should understand what is expected from their answers.

L Shanahan, PE Teacher & Peer Reviewer