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    Are the questions in the 2014 ISA's different compared to older ISA papers. Because it is a controlled assessment, you get the questions beforehand, and therefore i have seen the 2014 ISA paper on rates of reaction (Additional science) and the 2013 one i did last year. This 2014 paper is different compared to 2013,12,11 etc. Is this actually the paper because its CA, you get the questions before hand, and is it different compared to older ones (paper 1 and 2).

    LINK TO 2014 PAPER? http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/subjects...-W-SCA-CU2.PDF
    My isa's are in 2 days help. I know its a specimen but still, is it the one. Soz for all the various questions in one description. Plz answer them all.
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