1. Politics and Law ATAR exam preparation
2. Actual Politics and Law WACE questions from past 6 years
3. Arranged in topics from the Politics and Law syllabus to aid revision
4. Marks allocation to guide your time management
5. Model answers to assess Politics and Law knowledge and potential performance
The Politics and Law Creelman Exam Questions provides a structured resource, using the actual Politics and Law WACE exam questions from previous years to help you prepare for your ATAR exams. This format ensures you become familiar with all the Politics and Law ATAR syllabus and the actual questions asked by the Politics and Law examiners. The exam questions are grouped into syllabus topics, to give you vital help by practicing real exam questions. Model answers and marks allocation help you monitor your progress. By following this revision pattern, you will be able to face your Politics and Law exams with confidence.
The Creelman Exam Questions series follows the format developed by Andrew Creelman. The format was based on his experience as a student and teacher. “It was my practice in preparing for exams to go through the last few years of exams and group the questions into topics to gain an understanding of the type of questions asked, the frequency of questions in certain areas and to get an insight into what the examiners were looking for. This focused my exam preparation and I went into exams well prepared.”
Politics and Law teachers - placing this book on your school booklist your students will have access to actual previous Politics and Law WACE exam questions, arranged in topics with model answers. Revision for ATAR Politics and Law topic tests or exams becomes easier- you can refer your students to the relevant chapter for class work or homework.
About the Author
The Consulting Editor for this book is Lindy Precious, a passionate and dedicated secondary teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience. She has taught across a wide variety of schools, largely in the Humanities and Social Science learning areas in Western Australia and the United Kingdom. Lindy has a particular interest in Politics and Law, Geography and History. She has contributed to several committees, professional development for teachers and tutoring for Politics and Law. Lindy encourages students to be actively involved in the political process by becoming informed participants. Her mantra is ‘Knowledge is Power’.