Had a go at all the QCE past papers for Physics and in need of a new one for revising content? We’ve got just what you need — a practice exam for QCE Physics that you can download!
Our practice exam for QCE Physics has 20 multiple choice questions and 8 written response questions that you can work through.
You’ll be able to download the answers once you’ve gotten through the exam so you can figure out which questions you’ve gotten right and which ones you need to revise further.
On the hunt for other QCE Physics resources?
We’ve got plenty more practice questions for you to use to revise previous content from throughout the year! Check them out:
- Unit 3 Physics Data Test IA1 Practice Questions
- Practice Questions for Unit 3 & 4 Physics External Assessment
- Multiple Choice Practice Questions for Unit 3 & 4 Physics External Assessment
You’ll also want to have a look at our nifty guides for working on your QCE Physics assessments below:
- The 9-Step Guide to Conducting a Student Experiment for QCE Physics
- 7 Easy Steps You Can Follow to Complete a Research Investigation for QCE Physics
- How to Ace Your External Assessment for QCE Physics
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William Bye is a Content Writer at Art of Smart and is currently studying a Bachelor of Advanced Science with Honours (majoring in Physics) at the University of Queensland. He was part of the very first cohort in Queensland to go through the ATAR system and wishes to help other students to make this journey as easy as possible. Will enjoys his time playing guitar in a band with his friends and hopes to continue balancing his science and music for many years to come.