Practice exams are a great way for VCE students to revise for the end of year exams. Completing practice exams helps your revision in a number of ways. Firstly, by covering the entirety of the study design, practice exams allow you to identify your strongest and weakest areas. This helps you know what parts of the study design to focus your revision on. Secondly, practice exams allow you to become familiar with the general structure of the exam. This means less surprises when you walk in to the exam room. Finally, practice exams give you the opportunity to see how you perform under timed conditions. This helps you plan how best to use your time when the real exam rolls around.
This week I have put together a VCE Philosophy practice exam for year 11 and 12 students. This Philosophy practice exam features questions and essay topics that have appeared on past VCE Philosophy exams, meaning it should help you become familiar with the types of questions you may encounter in the final exam.
I recommend that you complete this practice exam under both untimed and timed conditions. You can do this practice exam either open or closed book, but make sure you do at least a few practice exams closed book. You should try to complete this VCE Philosophy practice exam by hand rather than via laptop.
The exam questions on this VCE Philosophy practice exam are © Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Examined Life Education claims no ownership of these questions. They are presented here solely for educational purposes.