Past papers Watch
Mathematics, Spec B Past Papers: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/matS_assess.html
Mathematics, Spec A Past Papers:
Biology Spec A (human): http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/bioA_assess.html
Biology, Spec.B: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/bioB_assess.html
Physics, Spec A: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/phyA_assess.html
Physics, Spec B: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/phyB_assess.html
Psychology, Spec. A: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/psyA_assess.html
Psychology, Spec. B: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/psyB_assess.html
English Literature, Spec A: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/engLiA_assess.html
English Literature, Spec B: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/engLiB_assess.html
English Language, Spec A:
English Language, Spec B:
Geography, Spec A: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/geoA_assess.html
Geography, Spec B: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/geoB_assess.html
Business Studies: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/bus_assess.html
Information Communication Technology (ICT): http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/inf_assess.html
Religious Education: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/rel_assess.html
Media Studies: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/med_assess.html
Sport and Physical Education: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/spo_assess.html
Government and Politics: http://www.aqa.org.uk/qual/gceasa/gov_assess.html
OCR Past Specimen and Examination Papers and Mark schemes for AS and A2, most subjects:
BTW: Most of these are specimen papers and mark schemes because OCR r too stingy to give out anything more, but a few are actual exam papers and mark schemes for each unit, for various years. Each of the links has AS and A2 Material, so just find what you need.
Business Studies: http://ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/docroo...ver=PRODUKTION
English Language: http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...7Ar8wkvw0s.pdf
English Language and Literature: http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...Ye5PPt1Fdm.pdf
English Literature: http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...5FnMUh2PG1.pdf
Government and Politics: http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...4j2gcw0uzm.pdf
Religious Education: http://www.ocr.org.uk/OCR/WebSite/Da...0x4KbWofV2.pdf
Edexcel Specimen Papers and Mark Schemes for AS/A2, most subjects:
BTW: Edexcel only have specimen papers and mark schemes because they r stingier than everyone, as well has messing up on exams. But have a look below, there’s still a lot of useful stuff.
Business Studies: http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualContent/25046.pdf
Chemistry (Nuffield): http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualContent/67319.pdf
Geography A: http://www.edexcel.org.uk/qualificat....aspx?id=48430
Geography B: http://www.edexcel.org.uk/qualificat....aspx?id=48439
Modern Foreign Languages: http://www.edexcel.org.uk/qualificat....aspx?id=48567
Religious Education: http://www.edexcel.org.uk/VirtualContent/25881.pdf
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GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE IN THEIR EXAMS, I HOPE YOU GET THE GRADES YOU WANT/NEED ON THE 19TH OF AUGUST!
I thought this may be the best way to communicate to you all...
For OCR Chemistry past papers go to www.robr.net
The username is aluminium
The password is silicon
PLEASE STOP MAILING ME!! I DON'T HAVE TIME TO RESPOND TO YOU ALL!!
I know there is already a sticky for Exam Papers but to be honest the links only give one Specimen Paper which isn't that useful.
It seems there are a lot of posts by members wanting Exam Papers. I thought perhaps that we could devote this one thread to sharing sources of exam papers for all subjects and exam boards.
So if you have some papers, list what you have by subject and exam board. Or if you just have a really good link to a revision site you wanna share...
I'll start by saying that I have...
OCR Chemistry Papers (including mark schemes)
AS: Chains & Rings
AS: How Far, How Fast
A2: Chains, Rings & Spectroscopy
A2: Trends & Patterns
A2: Unifying Concepts In Chemistry
Just PM me and I'll e-mail you whatever you need. (They are Adobe Acrobat Documents) - PLEASE DON'T!!! (READ PINK WRITING AT TOP!)
This is a link to the OCR specification...
*(edexcel as politics)
1(a) Outline 2 functions of elections
(b) Describe the fptp electoral system
(c) outline 2 other electoral systems that are currently used in uk
(d) how have different electoral systems affected representation of parties in uk?
2. (a) what is a pressure group?
(b) what are the main features of pressure groups?
(c) what factors influence pressure group success?
(d) in what ways do pressure groups strengthen democracy?
3. (a) what is a referendum?
(b) outline 2 examples of the use of referendums in the uk
(c) why have referendums been used mroe frequently in recent years?
(d) what are the arguments against the use of referendums?
4. (a) outline 2 functions of political parties
(b) describe 2 issues over which labour and conservative disagree
(c) distinguish between adversary and consensus politics
(d) how different is new labour from old labour
1. (a) what is direct democracy?
(b) what problems are associated with direct democracy?
(c) what are the main features of representative democracy
(d) in what ways is the uk political system democratic
2. (a) define PR
(b) how far does fptp electoral system differ from pr
(c) describe other electoral systems used in uk
(d) discuss impact of PR systems currently used in the uk
3. (a) outline 2 types of pressure groups
(b) how do pressure groups dfiffer from political parties
(c) how do pressure groups influence public opinions
(d) why have pressure groups been criticised for hindering the democratic process?
4. (a) distinguish between power and authority
(b) how do governments seek to obtain legitimacy
(c) in what ways to parties encourage political participation
(d) how effective are parties in promiting political participation
1. (a) what is a referendum
(b) in what circumstances have governments called referendums
(c) make a case for the wider use of referendums
2. (a) distinhuish between inside and outside pressure groups
(b) how do pressure groups influence government
(c) why are some pressure groups more powerful than others?
3. what is representative democracy?
(b) outline the workings of any 3 electoral systems currently used in the UK
(c) what has been the impact on parties of the use of PR systems in the Uk?
2. (a) what is a political party
(b) what are the main policy areas that divide the labour and conservative parties?
(c) to what extent has new labour broken with party's traditional ideas and values?
3. (a) outline 2 ways in which pressure groups differ from political parties
(b) why is it sometimes difficult to distinguish between pressure groups and political parties
(c) what are the most important factors that contribute to pressure group success?
4. (a) define demcoracy
(b) how do elections promote democracy?
(c) in whayt way has democracy in uk been criticised?
1. (a) outline 2 functions of a general election
(b) how doe westminster electoral system differ from other electoral systems used in uk
(c) what have been the effects of use of PR electoral systems in uk
2. outline 2 features of a political party
(b) in what ways do politcal parties promote democracy
(c) how effective are parties in promoting democracy in uk?
3. (a) distinguish between sectional and promotional pressure groups
(b) what methods do pressure groups employ to influence the poilitical process?
(c) why are some pressure groups more successful than others?
4. define representative democracy
(b) what are the features of representative democracy in the UK?
(c) what are the advantages and disadvantages of represenative democracy in the Uk?
1. (a) define a political party
(b) what are the main functions of a political party
(c) in what ways havethe ideas of the Laboru Party changed in recent years
2. (a) what is an electoral mandate
(b) in what ways do elections differ from referendums
(c) to what extend do referendums promote democracy?
3. distimnguish between power and authority
(b) how does government acquire its legitimacy?
(c) how democratic is the government in the uk?
4. what is a pressure group?
(b) what are the main types of pressure group?
(c) to what extent have pressure groups become more important in recent years?
That will be great thanx
1. (a) using sources outline two different types of member in new second chamber
(b) why do the conservatives believe the second chamber will be filled with tony's cronies
(c) what are the main benefits of having appointed members
(d) what are the main advantages of a fully elected second chamber
2. (a) using the source comment on how scottish people have expressed their desire for a scottish parliament
(b) how and why westminster might have 'given some cause for grievance'?
(c) what are the advabtages of scottish devolution?
(d) why has devolution been criticised?
1. (a) using source and own knowledge, what is the conservativer view on constitutional reform?
(b) how have the measures created problems for both major parties
(c) why has labour introduced its programme of constitutional reform
(d) how has the programme of constitutional reform been criticised
2. (a) using source and own knolwedge, briefly outline position of Lib Dems on EU
(b) how has UKIP criticised EU?
(c) how has uk sovereignty been affected by EU membership?
(d) what are the advanbtages of european integration?
1. (a) using data, comment on relationship between votes cast and MPS elected in 2001 general election
(b) using data compare and contrast 1997 and 2001 election results
(c) what factors might explain the fall in turnout in 2001 election?
(d) what are the main arguemnts in favour of reforming the westminster electoral system?
2. (a) using source, why have SNP and Plaid Cymru been considered as 'others' in British politics?
(b) using soource, how are nationalist parties today 'more significant than ever'?
(c) how does devolution in scotland differ from devolution in wales?
(d) why have some scottish and welsh nationalists criticised labour's programme of devolution?
1. (a) from source, what parliamentary reforms have been advocated?
(b) with reference to source and own knowledge, what parliamentary reforms has Blair government introduced?
(c) what are the arguments against further parliamentary reform?
(d) why have the Blair government's parliamentary reforms been considered inadequate?
2. (a) using source, what areas of sovereignty has britain retained?
(b) using source and own knowledge, what is Tony Blair's attitude to uk membership to eu
(c) in what ways has uk lost sovereignty to eu?
(d) what are the main arguments in favour of european integration?
1. (a) using source, what evidence is there that britain still has a 2 party system?
(b) using source and own knoweldge, what evidence is there that the two party system is dead?
(c) how has the single member plurality (fptp) system upheld two party politics?
(d) what impact would PR for westminster elections have on British politics?
2. (a) using source, outline differences between powers of devolved bodies
(b) using source and own knowledge distinguish between administrative devolution and legislative devolution
(c) why have tax varying powers been so controversial?
(d) explain the impact of devolution on uk political system
1. (a) using source, what problems arise at constituency level, from using fptp electoral system?
(b) using source and own knowledge, what difficulties arise across the country using fptp electoral system?
(c) how could reforming the voting system affect the representation of political paries?
(d) what are the main arguments in favour of maintaining fptp electoral system?
2. (a) using source what evidence is there to suggest that scottish devolution has been a success?
(b) using source and own knowledge,l why might it be argued that scottish devolution has been unsuccessful?
(c) how powerful is the scottish parliament?
(d) state the case in favour of devolution in the UK
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chemistry (mark schemes)
physics (Salters Horners)
and some essay
physics (Salters Horners) (mark schemes)
and some by topics
i think i might just give her (i assume her because of the barbie thing) or him one of those rep thingys
oh i forgot to say that indeed snuffy is an angel
i think i might just give her (i assume her because of the barbie thing) or him one of those rep thingys
yeah shes really cool and I reckon shes really pretty too
glad I could share what I have
sorry but because im barley computer literate
the size of the files are huge and i have to post two pages at a time and will probably take 4 messages
The Mark Scheme will be uploaded upon popular request
The files are *.GIF picture formats, and good READABLE quality (proudly using text-recognition software).
You may notice the answer to question 7c) 8a) is a bit ambiguous. 7c)s curve may require a graphical or graphical program to determine what it looks like and ranges are provided. As for 8a), if you have basically proved it, then it is correct, lamdas the same value for each.
Sorry, for the late upload, but I sort of did that deliberately to ensure you all do the paper before you mark your work! (as it is tempting to look at the markscheme as soon as you get stuck). Also I didnt have time to upload it earlier
Anyway, hope you all did well coz that is quite a difficult paper.