How many geography GCSE papers are there OCR?

Students must complete all three assessments to be awarded a GCSE in Geography in summer 2022.


Students can opt to take GCSE PE as one of their option subjects. This is a full GCSE qualification and we follow the EDEXCEL specification. In addition to 2 core PE lessons a week, GCSE PE students have a further 3 lessons of PE.

What is GCSE OCR?

OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA) is a leading UK awarding body. We provide GCSEs and A Levels in over 40 subjects and offer over 450 vocational qualifications. Our heritage is long established and provides us with expertise across the full range of academic and vocational qualifications.

How long is a geography GCSE exam?

The duration of the exam paper has changed from 1 hour and 30 minutes to 1 hour and 20 minutes (as own fieldwork questions have been removed).

How many papers are there in geography?

The Pearson Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE (9–1) in Geography A consists of three externally- examined papers.

How do I get into my locked GCSE papers?

Any document that is locked can be accessed through your Edexcel Online login, providing you have either taken that exam last session or have entries for the next session. Otherwise, you will get an ‘access denied’ message; therefore, please provide a brief reason in the box provided and click on submit.

Is GCSE PE difficult?

It’s really tough. The new GCSE has 60% theory compared with 40% in the old GCSE. DS would have got a higher grade in the new one.

Is OCR exam board hardest?

For science, although only an exceedingly small part of the country uses it, OCR Gateway has been dubbed the easiest exam to take, although this does mean that the grade boundaries are often extremely high.

Which is better AQA or OCR?

Key differences OCR offer students a choice of writing questions on both papers. AQA offers a choice on just one. AQA assesses one reading Assessment Objective per question. OCR assesses two reading Assessment Objectives on the comparison questions.