7 Topic and End of Theme Test Papers for Edexcel GCSE 9-1 Business THEME 2 (Building a Business)
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This resource allows you to start testing and developing students’ knowledge and exam skills, either as homework, or in more formal exam conditions, within just 4 weeks of starting the course, and at regular intervals thereafter. The questions have been written in the style of the sample assessment material produced by Edexcel for ‘Section A’ of the Paper 2 Examination.
The author, Claire Baker, is an experienced teacher, examiner, author and the owner and Managing Director of APT. She has taught Business from ages 11 to 19 and has been an Examiner, Principal Examiner and Reviser for Business and Business related courses for a leading awarding body.
In detail the resource contains:
98 ‘Section A’ style Paper 2 Exam questions testing core knowledge and understanding of Theme 2
1 and 2-mark ‘multiple choice’, 3-mark ‘explain’ and 6-mark ‘discuss’ questions
Tests on each of the 5 topics and sub-topics relating to Theme 2
42 A4 photocopiable / printable sheets
7 sets (6 pages) of 30-35 minute tests, with each test containing 14 questions worth 35 marks
1 test on each of the 5 Topic areas – testing students at regular intervals throughout their first year
2 ‘End of Theme’ tests on any aspect of Theme 2 – ideal for use as ‘End of Year’ test papers
A highly comprehensive range of possible responses / answers.
The question papers could also be used as worksheets – with students researching topics / sub-topics independently to find answers to the questions posed.
The answers section could also be used to support the teaching of each topic – due to the highly comprehensive range of responses provided.
(Published: 12 June 2018)
This resource is also available for Theme 1 (Investigating Small Business).
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“I’ve found the test papers very useful and relevant to students’ needs, allowing us to directly track students’ progress and prepare them for GCSE exams next year.”
N Goodey, Redden Court, June 2018