Past Exam Papers for AS and A2 Economics

If you are preparing for your A Level exams in June, you should be making use of past papers, and if possible mark schemes as well. Using past exam papers is one of the most effective ways to revise and prepare for an exam. It is the most focused way of working what you know and what you don’t know. Hopefully, you can find a teacher / examiner who is able to give feedback on the work that you do.

AQA Exam Papers

AQA have AS and A2 Papers from the past 3 years, available in pdf form. [link]

Edexcel Exam Papers

Edexcel have past papers which you can download, however, you need to have a centre number [link]

OCR Past Papers

Past Papers at OCR [link]



37 Responses to Past Exam Papers for AS and A2 Economics

  1. atuhura jackline June 23, 2011 at 7:53 am #

    i really need your help sir, pliz help me send me some of the past papers of economics from 2010-1997

  2. emmanuel August 3, 2011 at 4:38 pm #

    studying economics as a course in higher institution,what are/is the professional exams to write or sit for.

  3. silver ojiako December 14, 2012 at 2:56 pm #

    Hi Sir, i’m preparing for my exams and i kind of have challenges in Economics which is my major course, please kindly send me past questions through my mail. Thanks very much.

  4. Kedibone May 26, 2013 at 2:48 pm #

    Hi? Am having problem wth economics and ma exam is in week time so am in need of past papers so dat i can revise e’m . Doing grade 11 by de time


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    […] The most important step in revision is to know the kinds of questions that may appear in the exam. It is insufficient to just know the topics. You need to think about the kinds of questions that might appear. It is essential to get hold of past papers. Make a list of common questions and try to think of possible variations. For example, if last year you had a question. “Discuss impact of interest rates on Exchange Rates.” maybe this year will be “Discuss impact of interest rates on inflation and Balance of Payments.” See: A Level Past Papers […]