GCSE PE Revision Quizzes

Could you pass GCSE Physical Education? The following quizzes are designed to test your knowledge of the GCSE Syllabus.

Below we have separated areas of the GCSE syllabus into ‘courses’. The courses are broken down into lessons that give a brief outline of what you need to know with simple quizzes to test your knowledge. You need to score 100% on each quiz to pass and can have as many attempts as you wish.

GCSE PE Physical Training

This course covers the principles of training, fitness testing, health & fitness components, types of training and preventing injury.

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GCSE PE Musculoskeletal System

This course covers the skeleton and muscles for the GCSE PE syllabus. It includes the structure and function of the skeleton, bones, types of joints, major muscles, muscle contraction, joint actions, and muscle fibre types.

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GCSE PE Cardiorespiratory System

The cardiorespiratory system is based on the GCSE PE syllabus and covers the heart, lungs, and circulation including pathway of air, gaseous exchange, blood vessels, structure and function of the heart.

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Anaerobic & aerobic Exercise

This section covers the body’s energy systems, aerobic respiration, anaerobic respiration, oxygen debt, and recovery as well as the short and long term effects of exercise on the body.

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Movement Analysis

Movement analysis covers the basics of level systems, joint actions, and understanding of how the body moves from a biomechanical point of view.

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Sports Psychology

GCSE PE Sports Psychology covers skill classification, goal setting, guidance, and feedback as well as mental preparation for sport.

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Socio-cultural Influences

This section covers commercialism of physical activity and sport, ethical and cultural issues as well as engagement patterns of social groups.

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Health, Fitness & Wellbeing

This section looks at the consequences of an inactive or sedentary lifestyle, energy use, diet, nutrition, and hydration in sport and physical activity.

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