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    Does anyone know any of the questions or where i can find the 2003 AQA GCSE Maths Higher Tier Calculator Paper
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    bump!
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    No, if it isn't on the AQA's site, then it is illegal due to copyright restrictions.
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    You can't get them from the AQA site, I had a look, because of password protection. They did state that they sent the passwords to centres, so maybe you can ask your teacher nicely for copies of them.
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    You can't get them from the AQA site, I had a look, because of password protection. They did state that they sent the passwords to centres, so maybe you can ask your teacher nicely for copies of them.
    Nice to know that past paper resources are accessible to students. :rolleyes:
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    AQA are better than the other two. I suppose they had in mind students would abuse it, but I can't see how. It's quite hard to spot patterns in papers if there's only 1 paper of each kind...
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    I think the other 2 realised that we do past papers in mocks and usually teachers base their predicted grades a little on what result you got doing the mocks maybe?
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    Yes good point.
 
 
 
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