• Blaine Pike

Could your students take on a different exam board?! Save these AQA, Edexcel, WJEC and SQA past papers (FR, DE & ES). Compare them below!

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The listening skills that students need to pass the French, German and Spanish exams don't change between exam boards, so why restrict students to just one format of paper?


Whether you assign full past papers or take specific texts and questions from them, the different boards' past papers provide a wealth of GCSE MFL revision opportunities.


I've pulled together all of the available listening past papers, MP3 files, mark schemes and transcripts from four of the five main UK exam boards (AQA, Edexcel, WJEC and SQA) from the summer 2018 exams (CCEA's aren't available online).


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🇫🇷 GCSE French past papers: listening (2018)


AQA

Edexcel

WJEC

CCEA

  • Foundation [Paper Unavailable]

  • Higher [Paper Unavailable]

SQA

* You may also like: Download: 26 GCSE past papers (reading) | MFLDataBlog

🇩🇪 GCSE German past papers: listening (2018)


AQA

Edexcel

WJEC

CCEA

  • Foundation [Paper Unavailable]

  • Higher [Paper Unavailable]

SQA

* You may also like: Download: 26 GCSE past papers (reading) | MFLDataBlog

🇪🇸 GCSE Spanish past papers: listening (2018)


AQA

Edexcel

WJEC

CCEA

  • Foundation [Paper Unavailable]

  • Higher [Paper Unavailable]

SQA

* You may also like: Download: 26 GCSE past papers (reading) | MFLDataBlog


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Blaine


NB. It should go without saying but, just to be clear, the exam boards are the full and sole copyright holders of all the content contained within the respective exam papers above.

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