Examples of the Science Past Papers and our Model AnswersTo see examples of the past papers we offer and our model answers click here.
The Past Papers
You will notice that our questions are slightly different from the official papers from the exam boards. This is because copyright law does not allow us to use their papers word-for-word. So we create replica questions. Our questions are as close as we can make them to the originals in terms of:
- the topic and the nature of the question; and
- the level of difficulty.
For example, suppose an actual question begins with the words:"John rolls a fair six-sided dice twice ..." Our replica question would begin with the words "Jane spins a fair six-sided spinner twice ..."
Because the topic, the nature of the question and the level of difficulty are exactly the same, if you understand our model answers you should have no trouble with the actual exam questions.
Our Model Answers
We have a unique and much-loved approach to producing model answers - see a selection of customer comments below.
We don't just provide the answers. In a clear and simple way, we also show all the working out as well so that you really understand the aspect of Maths or Science that is being tested.
Customer comments about our model answers ...
"At first I found your hand-written explanations a bit odd, but once I'd got used to them I always found them so simple and clear and I'd like to order another CD for my boyfriend - hope I've done the right thing!'" - Rachel, Newcastle
"I went through your model answers with my son and I learnt things that had mystified me for years - but he picked them up no bother. Your explanations were so clear and simple. Thank you." - Mr Patel, Harrow
"How do you make it sound so simple?" - Jane, Reading
"I am very impressed. I particularly like the answers in hand writing and the colourful identification of keywords. I think that sometimes computer text can lose impact. The hand written answers engage the brain whereas people tend to lose attention when they see computer text." - Mr Ellsmore, West Yorkshire