ThirtyFifty's Level 2 in Wine - Exam Practice Questions
We have created 250 mock Level 2 wine exam questions to help students revise and pass the new syllabus WSET Level 2 Award in Wines Course. The multi-choice exam practice questions are based on the new 2020 WSET Level 2 Award in Wines syllabus. The 250 questions are split into 5 mock exams each consisting of 50 multiple-choice questions which follow the examination guidance as specified in the WSET Level 2 Specification. These questions have been created independently of the Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET), the governing body for the course.
The practice questions & answers are available to any WSET Level 2 students for a fee of £15 for 12 months access or free of charge to ThirtyFifty's WSET Level 2 students. We also have a smaller set of questions available as a free trial.
Multiple-choice Level 2 Mock Exam Questions
Ideally, these are best attempted towards the end of the course. A mark of 55% is the required pass rate.
If you are currently studying the WSET Level 2 Wine & Spirit course, 95% of the questions will be relevant, but there has been a small change in some of the minor regions covered in the 2019 course update. We also no longer have questions on spirits or social responsibility.
| Mock Mini Exam - Free Trial
| Mock Exam 1
| Mock Exam 2
| Mock Exam 3
| Mock Exam 4
| Mock Exam 5
If you are not studying with ThirtyFifty but wish to access all 250 questions (5 mock exams) covering the full WSET Level 2 Award in Wines course, you can access them online for £15. This will give you access for a period of 12 months. To purchase the questions please see below:
|Level 2 Award in Wines: 250 Multi-choice Questions - £15|
|LEVEL 2 Award in Wines: 250 Multi-choice Questions. Valid for 12 months.|
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All of our exam questions are freely available to students studying the WSET Level 2 Wine Course with ThirtyFifty (we are an Approved Programme Provider for the WSET).