GCSE OCR B Geography Topic Tests

GCSE OCR B Geography Topic Tests

Ensure complete coverage with these topic-by-topic question banks – written specifically for the 2016 OCR (9 – 1) GCSE Geography B specification (J384).

Within each test, questions progress from short/factual to longer-answer or exam-style. Every test is differentiated with an extension section that can be offered to higher ability students. Tests are provided in a write-on and
non-write-on format for flexibility. Full answers are provided so students can return to their completed tests to

  • Every specification subtopic covered
  • Each topic divided into tests which can be undertaken in class or as a homework activity
  • The number of tests per unit allows one test to be set every fortnight over a two year course of study if using the full set of resources
  • Includes clear, detailed mark schemes

Perfect for continued assessment, and progress tracking throughout the GCSE. See which areas your class are strong on & which need a recap.

01: Our Natural World

Topic 1: Global Hazards 4 topic tests
Topic 2: Changing Climate 4 topic tests
Topic 3: Distinctive Landscapes 4 topic tests
Topic 4: Sustaining Ecosystems 4 topic tests

02: People and Society

Topic 5: Urban Futures 4 topic tests
Topic 6: Dynamic Development 4 topic tests
Topic 7: UK in the 21st Century 4 topic tests
Topic 8: Resource Reliance 4 topic tests

“Questions are clear and well written and it has a good range of sources and figures to develop student’s geographical skills.”
E. Mogridge, HoD & Independent Reviewer

Price is £39 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.


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