Topic Tests for A Level OCR Physics A
Perfectly designed for the new 2015 spec, including:
- Practical skills
- Maths skills
- How Science Works
Comprehensive tests covering every specification topic – ideal for tracking the progress of all your students. An easy-to-set homework or in-class exercise for the end of every topic.
Each test includes:
- Short, factual questions – quickly identify gaps in knowledge
- Application and/or exam-style questions – perfect for exam preparation
- Detailed answers – quick and easy to mark
What do teachers say about this resource? (6425, 6628)
This is a fantastic resource... exceptionally useful as an end-of-block test. The comprehensive [coverage] and ease of cross-referencing to the specification gave me great confidence.
What do teachers say about this resource? (6629)
It's the best way for them to review their knowledge of a topic once they have finished it. Matches the OCR spec perfectly!
What do teachers say about this resource? (6628, 6426)
A fabulous resource. It is comprehensive as shown by the size of the resource for just one unit of the specification. It also addresses each item in the specification, almost line by line and in sequence which made for easy cross referencing and gives confidence that all items of the specification had been covered. For teaching it would be exceptionally useful as end of teaching block tests without need for cannibalising past papers either electronically or with exam creator.
What do teachers say about this resource? (6424, 6628)
I like that there are simple questions to draw out basic knowledge before tackling exam-style questions.
A very good and thorough set of tests
What do teachers say about this resource? (6426, 6628)
A very useful way of testing students preparing for A Level.
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