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Edexcel Past Papers
iOS Universal Education
REVISE ON THE GO! Past papers straight to your mobile device.
Don’t worry teachers! Your students won’t be able to access any papers that are not already available on the Edexcel website. The 9 month embargo on new papers is still applicable within this App.
Edexcel Past Papers allows you to download past papers directly to your mobile device, allowing you to revise anywhere at any time.
Giving instant access to all past papers, along with their mark schemes and examiner reports, Edexcel Past Papers allows you to personalise your search so you can access and download the papers you need for revision.
Covering all subjects including English, Science and Maths past papers, across the following qualifications – GCSE, A level, AS level, International GCSE, Edexcel Certificate, Diploma, Functional Skills, Advanced Extension Reward and Edexcel Awards.
Edexcel Past Papers is the perfect partner to help you study – whether that is to practice for your mock exams or revise for the real thing!
Access to more recent past papers is restricted so that teachers can use them for mock exams.
Language listening files
Most languages have a listening unit, where you have to listen to an MP3 and answer questions about what you've heard. These are currently not available on Edexcel Past Papers, but are available to download from: www.edexcel.com/subjects/Languages/Pages/Qualifications. Visit the Edexcel Time Machine page for instructions on how to do this: http://www.edexcel.com/i-am-a/student/Pages/Pastpapers
We’ve listened to your reviews so far:
• We are happy to report that the bug causing some images to not appear in mathematics papers has now been fixed.
If you experienced this problem:
- Please delete the affected papers from My Papers
- Then click on Yes to Check for New Papers (in pop up or in Settings)
- You will now be able to download the papers again and the artworks will all appear as they should
• We apologise to those of you who have been unable to download source materials for certain exam papers. All question papers from 2013 will include the relevant source materials at the end of the document. In the meantime, we recommend going to www.edexcel.co.uk and accessing source materials directly from the website. Please note – in some web browsers you will need to open the question paper in a PDF reader so the link to source materials is enabled. Apologies for any inconvenience.
• If you are unable to find a particular paper, please check the details of your exam with your teacher. Please note – when browsing A-Level papers, the relevant qualification is referred to as GCE.