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CCEA A-Level (NI)5,665

5,665 pages

994
C1
858
C2
736
C3
718
C4
361
FP1
333
FP2
149
FP3
511
M1
139
M2
89
M3
574
S1
155
S2


CCEA A-Level (NI)


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Study CCEA A-Level (NI) online. There are currently 5,665 pages of content ranging from illustrations and explanations to 2,346 fully worked exam questions and 824 o-tests (on-line assessments). Almost every page is interactive offering you much more than simply an online text book.

Assessment Content

O-tests (Online Tests) arranged in levels as follows:
Module87654321Total
C10011838815211201
C200426316474136
C3021321312940100
C40411263016150102
FP1124515149050
FP21147881030
FP30428100015
M10038163710276
M20011460012
M3001115109
S1003718315367
S20034435423
Totals2135013219729410924821

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There is extensive online help available for assisting with subjects such as:

  • handling your account(s) - for schools how to set up and use separate teacher and student personal accounts;
  • setting up student classes and accounts, including importing data from external sources;
  • assessment from both the student's and teacher's perpective (including, for teachers, how to create and allocate student tasks);
  • how to use o-test progress charts;
  • how teachers can monitor the progress of their students;
  • setting up and printing exam papers (including how to handle common printing problems).

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How exam papers are marked
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Interactive glossary
Check the meaning of words and phrases used throughout your course. A relevant glossary also appears on each page.