Practice (Mock) Exam Paper for Edexcel A Level Economics A – Paper 1 Markets and Business Behaviour
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This resource contains 1 of 4 Practice (Mock) Examination Papers for Edexcel’s A Level Economics Specification A Paper 1 examination, entitled ‘Markets and Business Behaviour’, which concerns Themes 1 and Theme 3 of the Edexcel A Level Economics A Specification. The full set of 4 papers can be purchased from APT’s website: www.apt-initiatives.com
Practice Paper for Edexcel’s A Level Economics A Paper 1 examination, with detailed mark schemes / example model answers.
- Enable students to be formally tested, upon completion of their study of Theme 1 (Introduction to Markets and Market Failure) AND Theme 3 (Business Behaviour and the Labour Market).
- Cover a wide range of topics relating to these two themes.
- Have been written by a senior examiner for multiple examination boards and experienced teacher of AS and A Level Economics.
The full set of 4 question papers have been written to include questions that test as many areas listed in the specification subject content (published at the time of writing this resource) – relating to Theme 1 and Theme 3 – as possible.
Question papers, mark schemes and answers have been written taking into account the sample assessment material (SAM) for A Level Paper 1 published by Edexcel for the launch of the new A level Economics A specification (from 2015). The structure, style and format of APT’s question papers and mark schemes are in line with this SAM, with a few minor differences / additions considered beneficial for both teachers and their students. These are highlighted in the text that follows. Differences between the SAM for AS Paper 1 and Paper 2 and the first set of AS examination papers sat in June 2016, have also been taken into account, as these differences may very well be evident in the first set of A Level examination papers (in June 2017).
In line with Edexcel’s SAM for A level Paper 1 (published at the time of writing), each question paper contains three sections, with students being required to answer all questions from Section A and Section B, and one from Section C.