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WJEC A-Level (Wales)

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2017 Syllabi
For the 2017 syllabi please click the Change Syllabus menu option at the top right and select the one you are using.

Individual single users and the main account users of multi-user accounts can make this change permanent by changing the default syllabus - click the Your Account button (near the top right) and then Manage Main Account (multi-users) or Manage Account (individual single account users) and select the default syllabus from the drop-down menu.



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Study WJEC A-Level (Wales) online. There are currently 5,860 pages of content ranging from illustrations and explanations to 2,421 fully worked exam questions and 826 o-tests (on-line assessments). Almost every page is interactive offering you much more than simply an online text book.

Assessment Content

O-tests (Online Tests) arranged in levels as follows:
Module87654321Total
C10012142865211213
C200423286074126
C3001314312511094
C4061336321960112
FP1125815139053
FP20012161011
FP30245461022
M1001715287260
M200224194031
M3003103007
S1002416275357
S20135475328
S30032411112
Totals1115513019630010924826

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Online Help

There is extensive online help available for assisting with subjects such as:

  • handling your account(s) - for schools how to set up and use separate teacher and student personal accounts;
  • setting up student classes and accounts, including importing data from external sources;
  • assessment from both the student's and teacher's perpective (including, for teachers, how to create and allocate student tasks);
  • using the forum and conferencing facilities;
  • how to use o-test progress charts;
  • how teachers can monitor the progress of their students;
  • setting up and printing exam papers (including how to handle common printing problems).

To access the online help click or touch the ? button near the top-right of the page. This button will appear with a green background when there is help available directly related to the page currently displayed.



How exam papers are marked
Get advice from examiners and some tips on improving your exam technique - particularly how to avoid zero marks!
Mathematicians
Read brief biographies of famous Mathematicians who were instrumental in creating advanced mathematics.
Interactive glossary
Check the meaning of words and phrases used throughout your course. A relevant glossary also appears on each page.