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    are there any unofficial papers/markschemes up for the AQA Additional Science June 2014 series?
    If so, please post a link.


    Thanks, it'd me much appreciated.
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    Many people are asking for the 2014 papers.
    Have you covered the whole Additional Syllabus?
    If you haven't it's unlikely they'll give you the 2014 paper, as it has things you haven't covered yet.

    Because, I'm doing Additional, and we've only covered the first 3 topics of each science, so our mocks are going to be a series of questions put together based on what we've done for each paper.
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    There is no unofficial paper. I think there is an unofficial mark scheme floating around TSR somewhere (at least there was one for P3) but that being said, as long as you knew the content, the paper (for any of the sciences) wasn't that bad. Asking for the papers you know what coming up in your mock won't help. You won't know what going to come up in your GCSE, so cheating now is kind of pointless. Rather do badly in the mock and give you the motivation to revise for the actual thing than doing well in the mock, and taking the GCSE as a joke.
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    Many people are asking for the 2014 papers.
    Have you covered the whole Additional Syllabus?
    If you haven't it's unlikely they'll give you the 2014 paper, as it has things you haven't covered yet.

    Because, I'm doing Additional, and we've only covered the first 3 topics of each science, so our mocks are going to be a series of questions put together based on what we've done for each paper.
    we've covered the first 4 topics for additional.
    have you sat any of the mocks for them yet?
    I have maths and English as well so I want to get an idea on what to revise more of....
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    (Original post by aoxa)
    There is no unofficial paper. I think there is an unofficial mark scheme floating around TSR somewhere (at least there was one for P3) but that being said, as long as you knew the content, the paper (for any of the sciences) wasn't that bad. Asking for the papers you know what coming up in your mock won't help. You won't know what going to come up in your GCSE, so cheating now is kind of pointless. Rather do badly in the mock and give you the motivation to revise for the actual thing than doing well in the mock, and taking the GCSE as a joke.
    Thanks.
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    Point taken. but we've only covered a bit of the spec so I know its not 2014, I just want to get a gist of the paper.
    The mock results are sent to colleges and the one I am applying to is private and literally wants "no less than an A grade in the mock exams of the subjects that will be taken at Advanced Level".
    That's why. we've been over the rest of the papers in class, just wondering about the 2014 one.
    Thanks though
    *rolls eyes*

    As I said before, if you know the content, you'll be fine. You could get 38/60 on most of the papers and still get an A.

    P2 was full of formulas, C2 had acids bases and salts, B2 had a question (and diagram) of lobsters, and their speciation. I can't remember anything else, it was a long time ago and I've managed to block the pain of the GCSE period out.
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    what came up on enzymes?
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    (Original post by STUDYREVISE)
    are there any unofficial papers/markschemes up for the AQA Additional Science June 2014 series?
    If so, please post a link.


    Thanks, it'd me much appreciated.
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    what came up on enzymes?
    (Original post by aoxa)
    *rolls eyes*

    As I said before, if you know the content, you'll be fine. You could get 38/60 on most of the papers and still get an A.

    P2 was full of formulas, C2 had acids bases and salts, B2 had a question (and diagram) of lobsters, and their speciation. I can't remember anything else, it was a long time ago and I've managed to block the pain of the GCSE period out.
    Please do not try to cheat in your mocks by using TSR.
    If you had seen the questions beforehand then doing a mock would be pointless, this is the entire reason why that paper hasn't been released to the public yet. Please do not ask for any of the June 2014 papers, questions or answers. Likewise do not offer to give any of these to others doing their mocks. Any posts attempting to do so will be removed.

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