Topic Tests for OCR Cambridge Nationals L1/2: Health and Social Care: Unit R022

Topic Tests for OCR Cambridge Nationals L1/2: Health and Social Care: Unit R022

Encourage reflective learners with these progressive topic-by-topic question banks written for every topic from Unit R021 and Unit R022 of the OCR Cambridge Nationals in Health and Social Care specification.

Contains 8–10 carefully structured write-on tests – great for consolidating learning at the end of a topic in class, for revision or as homeworks.

  • Range of question styles – from multiple choice to extended exam-style questions – perfect preparation for the exam
  • Authentic Case Studies and images present students with real-life applications and perspective.
  • Detailed answers and mark allocations – great for peer- and self-assessment!

Tests carefully designed to last for 30 to 45 mins each!

The mark scheme is easy to read and accessible for students which will allow students to self mark… [this] is often extremely valuable for students to learn about common mistakes – K Browne, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

Fantastic – K Browne, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

Extremely useful – K Browne, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

I extremely liked how the resource uses the same exam terminology and structure of questions as the exam board… …will allow students to become familiar with the terminology and the structure of questions [and] will hopefully reduce the marks lost to confusion – K Browne, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

This resource is accessible for students… can be used independently as well as in-class [as an] end of topic assessment – K Browne, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

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

Price is From £44
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