5 Reasons to use Question Bank
Question Bank is the UK's first free online question paper builder which enables teachers to create tailored test papers, similar to real exams, from a pool of past examination questions.
Why use Question Bank?
We have identified 5 reasons why the teaching community are calling Question Bank an essential teaching aid:
- 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.
- View mark schemes and examiner's comments
Each question is directly linked to the mark scheme and examiner's comments for that year.
- Customise your paper
All question papers are completely customisable and can be created in just a few minutes. You can personalise your cover sheet for your paper, mix and match questions across a range of years, drag and drop questions to change their order and add or remove them with ease.
- Use in the classroom or at home
This resource is suitable for end-of-lesson tests, revision activities or homework. Your students can build their own paper and test their classmates.
- Questions are updated every season
Our resources team work hard to ensure that Question Bank is updated every season with new subjects and questions.
Using Question Bank
To assist you in creating your own question paper, we have created a video tutorial and an online how-to-guide. Try this resource for free today and 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: Applied Science, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computing, Food and Nutrition, Human Biology, Mathematics, Physical Education and Physics.
The following subjects will be available on Question Bank in the coming months: GCSE Computing, GCE Economics, GCE and GCSE Electronics, GCE and GCSE Geology, GCE Mathematics and GCE and GCSE Religious Studies.
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