Unit 2 Extended Response Exam Practice Pack for BTEC National Health & Social Care
This Unit 2 pack contains six scenarios and for each scenario there are two extended response exam practice questions – an explain question worth 6 marks and a discuss question worth 8 marks. Each question has a mark scheme, indicative content and a model learner answer with examiner annotations.
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This pack contains six scenarios and for each scenario there are two extended response exam practice questions – an explain question worth 6 marks and a discuss question worth 8 marks. Each question has a mark scheme, indicative content and a model learner answer with examiner annotations.
You can work through the questions in the order presented here or select by scenario topic, or question topic, as indicated below.
Scenario 1: Ill-health
Question 1.1 Keeping service users safe (6 marks)
Question 1.2 Communication between professionals (8 marks)
Scenario 2: Ill health/ Physical disability
Question 2.1 Anti-discriminatory practice (6 marks)
Question 2.2 Barriers to accessing care (8 marks)
Scenario 3: Age-related needs/ Later adulthood
Question 3.1 Settings for people with specific needs (6 marks)
Question 3.2 Multidisciplinary team working (8 marks)
Scenario 4: Age-related needs/ Later adulthood
Question 4.1 Responsibilities of managers towards their staff (6 marks)
Question 4.2 Monitoring staff and investigations of poor working practices (8 marks)
Scenario 5: Age-related needs/ Early childhood/ Ill health
Question 5.1 Empowerment and rights (6 marks)
Question 5.2 Information management (8 marks)
Scenario 6: Learning disability
Question 6.1 Voluntary organisations and supporting people with specific needs (6 marks)
Question 6.2 Keeping service users with specific needs safe and the role of the midwife (8 marks)
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