Question Bank - create your own question paper
Question Bank is a free tool which allows you to create practice question papers from thousands of past paper questions. In just a few clicks, you can create your own customised paper from our bank of WJEC examination questions. Find the questions you need, add them to your paper and export your paper with accompanying mark scheme and examiner's comments as a PDF ready to use in the classroom.
Question Bank is currently available for:
- GCSE Mathematics
- GCE Biology and Human Biology
- GCE Chemistry
- GCE Physics
Create topic or tier based exam papers
With our advanced filter and tag functionality, you can easily search for past paper questions by subject, topic, tier, year, season or marks per question. Enter keywords into the search box or use the tag filter on the right hand side to quickly create topic-specific exam papers, suitable for end-of-lesson tests, revision activities or homework.
Customise your paper
Your question paper is completely customisable and can be created in just a few minutes. You can personalise your cover sheet for your paper, add mark boxes, mix and match questions across a range of years, topics and marks, drag and drop questions to change the question order and add or remove questions with ease. You can even create skills building papers using questions from various subjects.
Question paper and mark scheme in one
As you create your question paper, you can also create a tailored mark scheme and examiner report for your paper. Each question is directly linked to the equivalent mark scheme and examiner's comments.
New past paper questions added every season
When past papers for the qualifications become available, each question will be made available in Question Bank so you can create new practice papers year-on-year with latest questions. Questions will be added to Question Bank approximately 9 months after the examination has taken place.
Available to every teacher
You can use Question Bank free of charge if you are delivering WJEC, Pearson, OCR or AQA specifications.