|2020, 2019, 2018, 2017,|
2016, 2015, 2015 (Private),
2014, 2014 (Private),
2013, 2013 (Private),
2012, 2011, 2010,
2010 (Private), 2009,
2008, 2007, 2005
How to Use Past Papers
- Check out command words carefully to understand what the question is asking of you!
- Use past papers to make sure that you are managing your time well. Set yourself a time frame to complete each question
- Go through past paper answers with a different colour pen to highlight any marks you lose or mistakes you make
- Test yourself. Find out if your revision has been effective by using past papers or ask someone to test you
- If your notes are all bullet points, past papers might be the first chance you have to write in clear and linked sentences!
- Examiner reports can give you an idea of where students went wrong in previous exams
- Repeat your testing – it is important you test yourself more than once. Try it ten minutes after revising a topic, one day after, then a week later.