To help support assessment preparation we are developing a set of history practice papers due for release in May 2017.
There will be an individual paper for each topic in the specification, allowing you to assess any aspect of the course either in isolation or combined. The practice papers will accommodate wherever you are in your teaching schedule by simply selecting the topics you have studied. These practice papers will help to support your end of year mock exams, providing your learners with extra exam practice to support their progress.
Papers will be held securely on our Interchange website so you can use them with your learners and be confident of their integrity as a mock. Sign up below to be notified of when these paper are available.
Follow this link to access the GCSE (9-1) History year 10 practice papers form.
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