Practice Papers for A Level OCR Law: Paper 2 Law Making and Tort

Practice Papers for A Level OCR Law

Suitable for:
OCR 2017 specs
Exams from 2019

Comprehensive practice for the new A Level exams!

Each resource has three full practice papers of original exam-style questions that mirror the question types and number of marks in your exam board’s sample assessment materials. Indicative content is provided for every question for marking guidance.

Ideal for revision and mocks:

  • designed for the 2017 specification
  • follow the structure and style of the OCR SAMs
  • cover the A Level topics thoroughly
  • offer original scenarios to encourage new analysis opportunities

Flexible! Questions can also be set as revision for key topics, homework or extension work.

‘Excellent idea to have a bank of sample papers. The papers cover a range of material and cover all the necessary assessment objectives. Scenarios are good and wide ranging. The questions themselves are a good length and give students clear guidance.’ – A Christie, HoD, Examiner and Independent Reviewer

‘Extremely useful. A wide range of practice questions that far exceeds the exam board offerings.’ – L Rainford, Head of Law and Independent Reviewer

‘Overall I really liked the resource. It was very clear throughout and the layout follows the OCR exam question format. It is really useful to have 3 full papers that cover a wide range of the Tort topics, with consistency in the mark schemes to aid student revision. Layout and content of each exam paper is varied and covers a good range of available questions, avoiding the questions that are already on the OCR sample papers.’ – C Watts, Law Teacher and Independent Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £59
Click here for full details and to order.

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