Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Health and Human Development 2005 by Mary McLeish, Sally Rogers
  

Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Health and Human Development 2005

Written by Mary McLeish, Sally Rogers
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Part of the Cambridge Checkpoints Series

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Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Health and Human Development 2005 by Mary McLeish, Sally Rogers

Checkpoints VCE Health and Human Development 2005 is the most up-to-date exam preparation aid for Health and Human Development. It contains official past exam questions from 1998 to 2004, with answers, organised in chapters to reflect the study design. As well, there is a comprehensive selection of additional exam questions, which closely follow the style expected on the end of year paper. Sample essays are provided for typical questions, and answer plans for every exam question presented. Students are provided with study advice and homework questions for training for the examination, spread over the whole year's course. Revision questions at the end of each chapter allow students to review the content, and exam questions should be practiced at the end of each topic. The new 'cut out and keep' cards aid in memorising the definitions of key terminology and concepts.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Mary McLeish, Sally Rogers
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

21st December 2004

ISBN

9780521611435


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