These are links to past paper questions and their answers that have been grouped into topics and keywords. There are links to multiple choice questions (MCQ – which are self marking) and also to structured questions (the ones you write on). Exam Question Bank for A-level GCSE Edexcel.
Edexcel, formally known as Pearson Edexcel – London Examinations, is a multinational education and examination body. Edexcel, the only privately owned examination board in the UK and part of Pearson PLC, is a portmanteau term combining the words Education & Excellence. It regulates school examinations under the British Curriculum and offers qualifications for schools on the international and regional scale.
Edexcel is the UK’s largest awarding organisation offering academic and vocational qualifications in schools, colleges and work places in the UK and abroad. The British curriculum offered by the Edexcel International board is among the most taught at International Schools along with the curricula offered by Cambridge International Examinations and, the most dominant educational exam board in the international school sector, the International Baccalaureate Organization. [source]
This website is for students and teachers. It contains links to schemes of work for GCSE and A-level Physics and UK National Curriculum Science. The author is a teacher working internationally. It was originally designed to help students access interactive pages complimenting the Science and Physics lessons and also for students who had missed a lesson they could go online and see the scheme of work and try out the interactive resources to help stay up to date. Over time more and more resources have been added to enable the collaborative sharing of schemes of work.
Obviously you can’t write on an online exam question but you could jot down your answers onto paper (which is MUCH better than doing the questions in your head – as this involves a different skill set) and then to check your answers you click the button marked “view examiners marks scheme”. Some databases are more complete than others.
You can read, download and practice with the Exam Question Bank for A-level GCSE Edexcel below.