A Level OCR Economics Topic Tests
Comprehensive and progressive tests covering every specification topic – ideal to identify student and whole class weakness and for tracking the progress of all your students. An easy-to-set homework or in-class exercise for the end of every topic.
Excellent assessment with clear mark schemes... ideal for reviewing recent learning... A time-saving valuable resource
- Matches order and content of new 2019 spec
- Quantitative skills
- Short case studies so students practise for the exams
Good variation of tables, MCQs diagrams and written style questions... The contexts for the essay questions are extended enough to help students apply knowledge... should prepare students for their real exams
Each test includes:
- Snappy questions to quickly identify gaps in knowledge
- Longer case study questions for students to practise application & evaluation
- Comprehensive answers – quick and easy to mark
Challenging questions... allows for self evaluation with clear answers included throughout
What do teachers say about this resource? (9756)
This is an excellent resource for any OCR Economics teacher. It is flexible and offered sound support for any busy teacher... far more than a simple "test" resource. It can be used as an assessment tool but, equally, it can be used as a home-work or self assessment resource... I like the variety of questions whether knowledge application questions or analytical and evaluation questions. The data style questions are good... a very impressive resource.
Very detailed and comprehensive. This will be a very useful resource for those schools who follow this specification. There is a clear structure to the resource which is easy to follow... a wide range of questions and answers included which benefits both the pupils and the teacher as they can not only present challenging questions but allow for self evaluation with clear answers included throughout.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9755)
The answers have explanations which may help those who do not understand the question. There is a good variation of tables, MCQs diagrams and written style questions. The essay style questions are pitched at an exam style which should prepare students for their real exams... I particularly liked the different style of questions throughout the resource... The contexts given for the essay questions such as those on page 23 are extended enough to help students apply knowledge to their answers.
A comprehensive tool for assessing strategies. It is flexible for use as a testing tool or as a home-work and/or private self-assessment tool. The mark scheme is good. The structure is sound... It offers appropriate challenge... Data is up to date. The layout is appropriate. The structure can cross the different spectrums of the specifications.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9758)
A useful resource to focus pupils attention on the core elements of the syllabus... I like the structure and flow of the resources and that they are easy to follow and understand for both teachers and pupils... professional and is easy to follow. This is something I would happily use with my pupils.
For the teacher with limited time that wants exercises and questions at their figure tips in addition to published examination material, this resource is very useful... Questions examine all of the assessment objectives. Questions tend to get progressively more challenging. The layout of questions followed by mark schemes is helpful. Being topic driven does also add to the ability to link directly with teaching.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9757)
A time-saving valuable resource. It provides excellent assessment with clear mark schemes. Layout offers graded questions. It would save much time for the busy economics teacher... a very useful resource to assess student understanding. It is comprehensive and logically laid out. It could be used in as formal test material, in class review exercises or home-work tasks... It could be used by students to self assess as the resource is very accessible... Knowledge questions initially leading to more analytical and evaluative questions later on. It is topic focussed so ideal for reviewing recent learning.