To make sure the predictability of the exam is not affected, there is a limit to the amount of detail we can go in to.
On page 22 of the specification, it says there will be short and medium tariff questions, and one extended answer per paper. There will also be three multiple-choice questions per topic area (excluding section D). These will appear at the beginning of each section.
The sample assessment materials and the Practice Papers give a full range of the types of questions and command words students can expect.
Students should use one mark a minute as a timing guide.
We have published a Guide to 13 mark questions - to support you teaching this element of the course. This is available on Teach Cambridge (under >Assessment, >Assessment support).
If you do not have access to Teach Cambridge, please contact your Exams Officer. You can forward them this link to help get you started.