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    PLEASE if anyone has any info or advice on this year's OCR As chemistry practicals, I would really appreciate it.
    Does anyone know about the:
    1) Qualitative task
    2) Quantitative task
    3) Evaluative task
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    (Original post by byakuya99)
    PLEASE if anyone has any info or advice on this year's OCR As chemistry practicals, I would really appreciate it.
    Does anyone know about the:
    1) Qualitative task
    2) Quantitative task
    3) Evaluative task
    Sharing the controlled assessment papers would be cheating.
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    I just want advice about it
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    (Original post by byakuya99)
    PLEASE if anyone has any info or advice on this year's OCR As chemistry practicals, I would really appreciate it.
    Does anyone know about the:
    1) Qualitative task
    2) Quantitative task
    3) Evaluative task
    Whilst the actual tasks themselves can't be shared, your teachers are allowed to give you a slight hint from the exam board about what umbrella topic it comes under. They should also have sheets ready for you to prepare and a practice task before the real thing. If you don't get one, then ask for it because the exam board issue practice tasks every year specifically for this.

    1) Qualitative - 2 marks for safety, no spillages or breaking of the equipment and also for accuracy in your solution, whether you've carried out the experiment right.
    8 marks for the rest of the paper.

    2) Quantitative - there are marks for getting measurements within a certain degree of accuracy and then marks from calculations using these measurements in the paper.
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    Thanks!!!
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    you could go on the OCR website and do the specimen papers for the controlled assessments, it might help
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    Hi, just came across this forum - I have a qualitative tomorrow on investigating reactions with lead ... any advice or has any one has already done it?
 
 
 
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