Practice Papers for AS and A Level Eduqas French

Comprehensive practice for the 2016 specifications:

Each resource has three full practice papers that mirror the question types in your exam board’s sample assessment materials. All practice papers are based on the 2016 specifications and are followed by mark schemes which closely match those used by the exam board.

Component 2: Listening, Reading and Translation

  • Three full practice papers
  • 2016 specification topics
  • Questions on a wide range of issues
  • Interesting and up-to-date texts and recordings by native speakers will stimulate students and encourage them to engage with the material
  • All activity, text and transcript types are covered – students will be completely familiar with the exam format
  • Mark schemes included

Component 3: Critical and analytical response in writing

  • Three full practice papers
  • Every literary text and film is covered, ensuring that students practise using exam-style questions in an exam format
  • Indicative content written for every book, film and play, with contributions from Getting to Know… authors, teachers and examiners
  • Mark schemes included

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What do teachers have to say about this resource? (9007)
'I think that this is an excellent resource. It follows the specimen paper really well and so gives pupils a very realistic sense of what the exam will feel like. It covers a wide range of different topics (but still relevant to the syllabus). Furthermore, I like that there is a wide range of material on Francophone countries, since this is something which happens a lot in the exam texts but I as a teacher often forget to think about! Finally, this is easy to mark because the mark scheme is very comprehensive, and I could imagine letting my sixth form use it to mark their own papers if necessary – always a bonus!' S West, French Teacher and Independent Reviewer
What do teachers have to say about this resource? (8879, 8880)
'Having an extra bank of examination questions with a thorough mark scheme will prove very useful.' S Fleet, French Teacher and Independent Reviewer.