Monday, 31 March 2014

Past Papers

You may find it easier to revise with access to the range of past papers that OCR has to offer. To make it easier for you, I have included links to my Google Docs below. I would also advise using this Specification Tick Sheet so that you know what we covered this year.

WARNING 1: Some of the older papers are 40 minutes long and have different topics in them (e.g. P6 used to be about Energy instead of P3). Start with the newer papers first, but the older ones may have a few useful questions in them too.

WARNING 2: P7 papers used to have a comprehension section at the start based upon pre-released material. This does not happen now and so Section A of the older P7 past papers may not be applicable.

P123:
June 2007 - Mark Scheme
January 2008 - Mark Scheme
June 2008 - Mark Scheme
January 2009 - Mark Scheme
June 2009 - Mark Scheme
January 2010 - Mark Scheme
June 2010 - Mark Scheme
January 2011 - Mark Scheme
June 2011 - Mark Scheme
January 2012 - Mark Scheme
June 2012 - Mark Scheme
January 2013 - Mark Scheme

P456:
January 2008 - Mark Scheme
June 2008 - Mark Scheme
January 2009 - Mark Scheme
June 2009 - Mark Scheme
January 2010 - Mark Scheme
June 2010 - Mark Scheme
January 2011 - Mark Scheme
June 2011 - Mark Scheme
January 2012 - Mark Scheme
June 2012 - Mark Scheme
January 2013 - Mark Scheme

P7:
June 2008 - Mark Scheme
June 2009 - Mark Scheme
June 2010 - Mark Scheme
June 2011 - Mark Scheme
June 2012 - Mark Scheme (could not find MS)


Alternatively, you can go to the OCR website and select the following options:

  • Subject: Physics
  • Type: GCSE
  • Qualification: Twenty First Century Science 2012

Then simply 'Search'

Monday, 2 December 2013

Online HW

Here is the link for the online HW: http://21cscience.gcsehomework.com/

Your username is '0420Surname'
Your password is 'Forename'

e.g. 0420Darwin
      Password = Charles


11V: you have 2 tests to do by Wednesday 4th December, one on P6 and one on P7. Answer carefully as each question is now worth a mark (not a whole page). If you want to practice the test before submitting, simply use the 'practice' section at the top of the screen.