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    Hi guys, I'm doing A2 OCR A Physics, and am just struggling to find exam-style questions to practise on.

    I want to keep the past papers, including those from the old spec for nearer the time, because they seem to run out in about 2-3 weeks

    And the textbook has questions, but they're nothing like exam questions!

    Any ideas/resources would be great thanks,

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    You've got the Hodder's book? It;s pretty much simple and has very few questions.
    There is like a book by Pacific, but I haven't really checked it out.
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    Try looking at other exam boards. The content probably wont be exactly the same, but they will still be testing the same skills.
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    (Original post by NJam)
    Try looking at other exam boards. The content probably wont be exactly the same, but they will still be testing the same skills.
    That's not a bad idea!

    Hopefully all the exam questions are of similar styles
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    (Original post by Dynamo123)
    You've got the Hodder's book? It;s pretty much simple and has very few questions.
    There is like a book by Pacific, but I haven't really checked it out.
    Would you be able to link it at all? It'd be nice to get another textbook to look at

    and our OCR textbooks are from Heinemann. Not very fond of it AT ALL
 
 
 
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