Design & Technology AQA GCSE Practice Papers (2013 Contexts)

AQA GCSE Design & Technology Practice Papers (2013 Contexts)

Resistant Materials and Food Technology now available!

Essential exam practice for this summer and beyond

2 practice papers with detailed mark schemes, available separately for AQA GCSE Food Technology, Graphic Products, Product Design and Resistant Materials summer (2013 contexts).

Carefully tailored to mimic the format and style of the AQA examination, these papers will provide your students with the best possible exam preparation. The papers are based around the summer 2013 contexts set by AQA:

  • Food Technology: Sweet and savoury biscuits with a focus on special dietary needs
  • Graphic Products: Packaging to promote a product
  • Resistant Materials: A moving product to hold small items with a focus on Art Deco
  • Product Design: Packed lunch containers

Detailed mark scheme includes example answers and marking guidance

“The resource has the feel of an AQA paper in both the format and the types of question asked. The questions flow well and are written in the same format as used by the real papers… The mark scheme is good and comprehensive which would allow anyone marking to be able to apply the mark scheme with confidence… The resource is in line with the requirements of the specification and would prepare students well.” – S Goulden, Head of DT, Independent Reviewer

Price is £49 each — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally processed within 2 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.

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