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GCSE Titration isa

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    I have a titration ISA in a few weeks , can someone pleases give me an outline of a titration ISA and some questions which may be asked?
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    They will be two papers that you'll do (section A and B) section A taken before experiment, section B after. In section A you get asked about your method, equipment etc you'll then do the experiment. In section B you get asked about your results and what conclusion you can get,later on in the exam you'll get some case studies and questions about them and you have to compare them and if they're is any anomalous results etc. all isa have mostly the same questions but based on the topic you've been given for example I did one on changing the voltage of a lamp for physics. Hope this helps


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    PAPER ONE - HYPOTHESIS AND EXPLAIN, TWO SOURCES AND WHICH USE MORE USEFUL, METHOD (inc. EQUIPMENT, RISK ASSESSMENT AND FAIR TEST), WHY WE SHARE OUR RESULTS WITH OTHERS and YOUR TABLE.

    PAPER 2 ???

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