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These papers are written in the style of the exams. These will reflect the balance of questions and assessment objectives that you'll find in a real exam, and are the perfect preparation and revision for your exams!

2022 papers have been written based on the advanced information from the exam boards 

All the papers can be bought together in one discounted bundle 

AQA papers

AS-Level

  • Paper 1 is Inorganic and Physical Chemistry 
  • Paper 2 is Organic and Physical Chemistry 

Paper 1 and paper 2 are both a total of 80 marks, each makes up 50% of the AS grade. There are 65 marks of short and long answer questions and 15 marks of multiple-choice questions

A-Level

  • Paper 1 is Inorganic and Physical Chemistry 
  • Paper 2 is Organic and Physical Chemistry 
  • Paper 3 is any content 

Paper 1 and paper 2 are both a total of 105 marks, each paper makes up 35% of the A-level grade. There will be 105 marks from short and long answer questions Paper 3 is worth 90 marks making up 30% of the A-level. There will be 40 marks of questions on practical techniques and data analysis, 20 marks of questions testing across the specification followed by 30 marks of multiple-choice questions

OCR-A

AS-Level

  • Paper 1 is Breadth in chemistry 
  • Paper 2 is Depth in Chemistry 

Paper 1 and paper 2 are both a total of 70 marks, each makes up 50% of the AS grade. On paper 1 section A is 20 multiple choice questions and section B is short answer and extended response questions.

A-Level

  • Paper 1 is Periodic table, elements and physical chemistry
  •  Paper 2 is Synthesis and analytical techniques
  •  Paper 3 is Unified Chemistry

Paper 1 and paper 2 are both a total of 100 marks, each paper makes up 37% of the A-level grade. Section A is 15 multiple choice questions and section B is short answer and extended response questions. Paper 3 is worth 70 marks making up 26% of the A-level. There are a range of question styles including short answers, calculations and extended responses.

 

These papers have not been seen or endorsed by anyone at any exam board, they are practice and predicted papers written based on years of teaching experience. Papers are a great way to revise but they shouldn’t be the only method you use.

While they have been triple checked some errors may have slipped in please let me know asap so I can get these corrected!

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