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Think you’ve cracked AO1, AO2 and AO3 yet?

Try your hand at identifying AO1, AO2 and AO3 questions

Reckon you’ve achieved complete mastery of the requirements of the new Assessment Objectives?

Yes? Excellent news. Then this short 5 minute quiz won’t be a problem. Simply review each question we provide, and decide whether it mostly fits the requirements of AO1, AO2 or AO3.

You can doublecheck the meaning of AO1, AO2 and AO3 here. Let us know how you do.

Note – the sample questions are deliberately thumbnail-sized. Click on each to enlarge.

AO1, AO2 or AO3

You can find the same sample questions in situ in the Longman AQA GCSE materials, here.

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