AQA GCSE PE The Skeletal System - End of Unit Test

This resource contains a 30-question, end-of-unit test for the Skeletal System component of AQA’s GCSE PE Applied Anatomy and Physiology specification. (AQA 9-1 GCSE PE September 2018 version 1.2).

The resource has been designed to test the students’ understanding of the skeletal system and contains a variety of GCSE style questions on:

The structure of the skeleton
Functions of the skeleton
The bones of the skeleton
Types of bones
Types of joints
The structure of a synovial joint
Types of joint movement

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